At the Flower and Produce Auction in Mt. Hope, local Amish farmers cart in various plants by the lot.
Amish Country in the fall draws visitors from all around the country.
Two young Amish boys make their way back home.
Several shops line the quiet streets in Winesburg.
In the spring and summer, flowers are as common as buggies in Holmes County. Every year, the Lamplight Inn in Berlin has hundreds of tulips.
Farmers using work horses in the field are a common sight, especially in the spring and fall.
From roadside flower shops and organic options to colorful nurseries, Holmes County is a haven for gardeners.
Release Date: Aug. 19, 2010
Business Forum to Feature Bill Mullet
On Sept. 14, the Holmes County Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a Business Forum featuring ProVia CEO Bill Mullet.
Bill, a dynamic speaker and successful businessman will share his insight into leading your organization to success.
ProVia Door started in 1977 in Sugarcreek under the name Precision Entry, and is a manufacturer of professional-class residential entrance doors, patio doors, storm doors, replacement windows and storm windows.
Since 1977, ProVia has been through many changes to accommodate its growth including relocation, numerous building additions and the implementation of state-of-the-art production equipment. The current headquarters, constructed in 1984, underwent major renovation and expansion in 1993.
In 1995 Precision Entry acquired the assets of the Sugarcreek Window and Door Company to form Sugarcreek Industries. The company is now part of ProVia Door.
In 2002, Precision Entry started its newest division, Monarch IG in nearby Baltic,
Today, ProVia Door continues to invest in its facilities, employees and in the research and development of the highest quality doors and components through a dedicated team of 400 people with energy-efficient door distribution throughout the
Attend the Business Forum to learn about Bill’s commitment to excellence and ethics as he has grown his business over more than 30 years.
The forum will take place at 8 a.m. Sept. 14 at the Carlisle Inn Walnut Creek. The cost is $15 and includes breakfast. To RSVP visit www.holmescountychamber.com or call 330-674-3975.