Toledo, Ohio once had more restaurants per capita than anywhere in the world!
DiAnn & Mallory Guerrero are a dynamite Mother-Daughter team in the Toledo Region. As co-owners of Toledo Flavors Food Tours, they have a passion for promoting Toledo through food. The two offer a unique experience in downtown Toledo, showcasing some of the best food and drinks that the area has to offer. They welcome tourists and locals alike to delight in local cuisine, while sharing the entrepreneurial stories of the restaurants and small businesses within the warehouse district neighborhood.
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Facebook: Fallen Timbers Preservation Commission (Group)
On January 10, 1996 a group of concerned citizens and local history enthusiasts met to form the Fallen Timbers Battlefield Preservation Commission. The FTBPC is a non-profit organization whose mission is to collect, preserve, and interpret the history of the events leading up to, during, and as a result of the Battle of Fallen Timbers, which occurred on August 20, 1794.
Owners: Grant and Brooke Perry
Jonathan and Sharon Perry
Established: August 2016
Located in the urban core of downtown Toledo, Rustbelt Coffee offers a study-meeting-networking oasis, paired with a delicious permanent and seasonal menu. When entrepreneur team Jonathan and Sharon Perry bought 119 N. Ontario, their son Grant and his wife Brooke knew they had discovered the future home of their coffee shop Rustbelt Coffee. With their grand opening early last fall, Rustbelt currently employs 10 local residents.
Owner: Fred Treuhaft
Founded: July 1, 2016
Local entrepreneur Fred Treuhaft is a lifelong resident of NW Ohio. When he retired from Plante Moran, a major regional accounting, consulting and wealth management firm on June 30, 2016, he knew he wasn’t finished making an impact on the business climate of NW Ohio. Taking not even a day off to celebrate his retirement, he got back to his entrepreneur roots and opened Treu Advisors, located in the offices of North Design.
Owner: Pete Emahiser & Sue Seiler
Pete and Sue founded Tadmore Transportation with more than 20 years of freight experience, including warehouse supervising, truck driving, and shipping. The company was officially launched on Tadmore Drive in East Toledo; where the river, an expressway, and a former railway all meet. According to their website, “The name reflects our love of the transportation industry, the people who came before us, and the Toledo neighborhood. We are honored to give our carriers and customers a “tad-more.” They value 24/7 reliable communication, which allows them to work when their clients are working.
By: Ashley Sheehan, Rehabilitation Hospital of Northwest Ohio
Rehabilitation Hospital of Northwest Ohio provides specialized inpatient rehabilitative services to individuals in Toledo, Ohio, and surrounding areas who are recovering from disabilities caused by injuries, illnesses, or chronic medical conditions.
By: Greg Guzman, Central City Ministry of Toledo
The Central City Ministry of Toledo (CCMT) is Diocesan-wide ministry of the Diocese of Toledo. CCMT is comprised of the oldest, and only remaining, inner-city K-8 Catholic Schools in Toledo. CCMT Schools include Rosary Cathedral Catholic School and Queen of Apostles Catholic School.
Kelly Services, headquartered in Troy, MI, is a global, single-source workforce solutions provider, helping businesses of all sizes align talent and workforce options with business objectives. Located on Sylvania Avenue in Toledo, the company is led locally by Robert Hull.
We are excited to welcome the Toledo Jazz Orchestra to the Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce. In their seventh season since getting their own 501(c)(3), the TJO is growing!