About Publish Ohio /
ABOUT PUBLISH OHIO /
Publish Ohio is a historical research and publishing company specializing in the publication of historical books; ‘This Week in Cleveland History’ trivia planners; a 240-page guide on Ohio agriculture; and the production of historical Cleveland images, and notecards. Mr. Cormack has also published collector edition ‘History of Cleveland’ and ‘Cleveland Sports History’ calendars from 1993 to 1999.
Mr. Cormack’s four 150-page, soft cover coffee-table books, each containing over 500 images from The Cleveland Press Collection at Cleveland State University are:
Municipal Stadium, Memories on the Lakefront 1931-1981 (1997)
Though all four books are currently out of print, a Kickstarter-style campaign is being established to get all four books released during 2019.
PublishOhio also publishes ‘An Ohio AgriGuide,’ a 240-page soft-cover guide on Ohio agricultural products, including wine, with nutritional profiles and 138 nutritionally-dense recipes on everything from asparagus to honey. Though this guide is currently being updated to include information on bison and elk meats, a new selection of recipes, and the latest veggie varieties, such as the super hot Carolina Reaper hot peppers; we’re pushing to get the new edition ready for the holiday season.
ABOUT GEORGE E. W. CORMACK /
George E. W. Cormack is a proud 1971 graduate of Berea High School in Berea, Ohio, and a 1977 graduate of Ohio State University, achieving an undergraduate degree in journalism with an emphasis in public relations, photojournalism, and marketing.
Mr. Cormack’s career path includes stints in non-profit public relations with the Volunteers of America, and the American Cancer Society; shopping center management involving Ohio-based malls which included media buying and coordinating all promotions; and direct sales involving promotions coordinated in Chicagoland shopping centers.
Mr. Cormack has also coordinated a number of special events throughout the years, including Operation SafeChild, a comprehensive child ID program with sponsors such as Chase Bank of Ohio, Ford Motor Co. and Gold Circle Dept. stores; and promotions which received national exposure, including using Emily the Chimp from the Columbus Zoo as the ‘Honorary Chair Chimp’ during the American Cancer Society’s Great American Smokeout in 1979 (mentioned by David Hartman on ‘Good Morning America’); and a free comprehensive child ID program coordinated in 11 Greater Cincinnati shopping centers which was highlighted by Willard Scott on the ‘Today Show’ in 1986!
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