Hey Kendall, were you aware that fifty-two percent of local spending stays in local hands? 3 Unknown Reasons Why Shopping Local Makes a Huge Difference will allow you to see why this is actually important.
In reality, When you’re supporting local business you’re supporting a dream!James Fernandez – President Aerial Recon Media
On the other hand, when you visit an independent local business, you’re not necessarily helping finance a CEO’s third vacation home.
Consequently, you’re helping a family pay their little girl’s gymnastics lessons and a little boy’s soccer jersey. If you are looking for a local shirt printing business, reach out to one of our local favorite jersey printing companies Fresh Pressed Shirts. Let them know you are with WeAreKendall and you may receive a discount.
More importantly, you’re contributing to helping a caretaker put food on the table and a parent pay their mortgage while supporting the payment of a student’s college loans.
By supporting local businesses:
- Help support local jobs.
- You help the environment.
- Encourage the community.
- Conserve your tax dollars.
- Benefit from local expertise.
- You invest in entrepreneurship.
- Make this community a destination for others.
Before taking off to Coral Gables, Brickell, or Wynwood, think about the local establishments that can use your contributions to their bottom line. Eventually, with time each additional dollar will make its way into the tax collector to better our roads, schools, community centers, and parks.
When you shop at independent, locally-owned businesses, more than 52% of what you spend stays right in your community, supporting local organizations and services like public schools and police departments.
The Kendall Business Tour by: WeAreKendall
Kendall, did you know that WeAreKendall is embarking on the first of its kind “Kendall Business Tour”?
Yes, We are! Our hope is to feature as many #kendallbusinesses as we possibly can every other Thursday. We have a camera crew, a director, and an assistant crew ready to book your experience.
/*Source. American booksellers association indie impact study series survey of independent locally owned business owners conducted by civic economics July 2012 – sept 2013*
What are some ways that you support local? We’d love to hear from you! Consequently, Share in the comments, below so we can educate each other some more!