JobsOhio spent $1.34 million in state grant money on a feel-good marketing campaign to trumpet an economic re-awakening in the state and collect real people success stories that can be used in future advertising campaigns. But some of the testimonials on the campaign website used came from JobsOhio board members and contractors.
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