"Harford Has It: Buy In" is a shop local initiative that encourages Harford County residents to focus their spending within the community. The Office of Economic Development commissioned the Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore to do a study on the economic impacts of buying local in Harford County. Based on the findings, it was clear that buying local—as opposed to outside the County—could have significant impact on the economic vibrancy of the community in both job creation and tax revenue. This partnership, initiated by the Harford County Office of Economic Development and the Harford County Chamber of Commerce, is extended to county and municipal chambers, as well as business associations to help spread the word on how focusing your consumer spending habits locally in Harford County is a win-win for consumers, businesses, and residents. Download our logo bundle below, check out the Economic Impact Study, follow the campaign on social media, and more! Interested in becoming a collaborative partner? Email Emily Dickerson.
Get the Logo
Directions for download:
Click on the packet you'd like to download. You'll get a notification when it's completed.
Go to your Downloads folder and find the file (named 10134, 10135, 10136, or 10137).
Right-click the file name and click "rename".
At the end of the file name, add ".zip" to convert file to a ZIP folder and press enter.
From there, right-click the folder and say "extract all." This will then give you access to all the campaign elements in the folder.
Having trouble accessing the logo packets? Do you have an idea of something that should be there? Email Emily Dickerson.
Join our Facebook group! And make sure to use the hashtag #HarfordHasIt on social media to promote your favorite Harford County shops, restaurants, and more. Want to be on the website? Send pictures for us to share how our friends and neighbors are supporting the local economy by Buying In Harford County!
Mark Your Calendars
Harford Has It: Buy In wants to promote buy local events. If the event is sponsored by campaign partners and promotes local shopping, but does not endorse a specific business, we'd love to share! Email Emily Dickerson with the event name, the date and time, the location, a single descriptive sentence, and a link if available.