Tehama County gets a new Display Case at the Capitol

Wednesday, April 03, 2019

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April 3rd was a proud day for Tehama County at the State Capitol. Tehama County Supervisors Bob Williams and Steve Chamblin and the Economic Development team were joined by North Valley Services, Rural County Representatives of California and representatives from Senator Jim Nielsen’s Office and Assemblyman James Gallagher Office to celebrate Tehama County’s new display case.

Another local event was held to celebrate the project completion at the Tehama County library. Approximately 35 community members gathered for the unveiling of the case before it was taken down to Sacramento. Residents were very pleased with the fresh new look and representation for Tehama County.

Joe Vine from the Copy Center and Heather Griffin-Vine, Vine Design, LLC are the masterminds behind the beautiful display case. When visiting the Capitol to view displays Joe and Heather noticed that people take about 3-5 seconds to view the displays so they knew we needed something bright, simple and effective. The theme of the display was determined after the discussions with the Economic Development team regarding the general audiences at the Capitol. Usually, visitors are families or tourists so a tourism-focused display was agreed to be the best choice.

The display case features local photographs of shopping, events, recreation, wine tasting and more. An upcoming local events list is displayed will be changed out quarterly to keep current.

We want to see your pictures! If you are in the Capitol, snap a picture with our display case, post to Facebook and tag @tehamacountyED to be featured on our Instagram and Facebook stories.

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