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Fun Ways To Support Local on Social Media

Fun Ways To Support Local on Social Media

We acknowledge not everyone has resources to support local businesses financially or through a purchase at this time. There are other ways you can help and engage that won't cost you a dollar!

A few ideas:

  • Share, like, comment on their post. It helps with algorithms and how often people see their posts.
  • Let other friends know about opportunities to support businesses in your area. Think: takeout ideas, places to get gifts, and places that might not have a social media following but still need support.
  • Leave a positive review on Google, Yelp, or Facebook.
  • Fill out and share one...


Supporting Local Businesses & Restaurants Through COVID-19

Supporting Local Businesses & Restaurants Through COVID-19

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This is a uniquely challenging time for small, local businesses. Now more than ever, let’s show these places how much they mean to our community.

HERE ARE SOME IDEAS WE’VE COMPILED TO GIVE YOU A STARTING POINT:

  • Check websites and...


The Real MVP: Sustaining A City Through Faithful, Daily Work

The Real MVP: Sustaining A City Through Faithful, Daily Work

Midtown Artisans

Midtown Artisans

We benefit from the good work of thousands of people every single day. Stop for a moment and consider: whose work is...


Andrew Tang: Making a One Year Anniversary Possible!

Andrew Tang: Making a One Year Anniversary Possible!

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Anniversaries honor the 365-day rhythm built into our world. Peering into the past can move us into the future with a greater assurance of our calling. Couldn’t we all use a bit more of that? Sometimes it just feels so hard to discern if...


American Eat Co: Creating a Shared Table That Goes Beyond Boundaries

American Eat Co: Creating a Shared Table That Goes Beyond Boundaries

Before American Eat Co. opened I can’t say I went south of 22nd Street on foot. Now it’s becoming a family tradition. Our new baby girl was content to take in the big world one block at a...