When you shop at independent or local-to-you businesses, more money is kept within your community because local businesses often use or buy from local service providers, farms, and companies. Buying locally helps grow other businesses as well as your region’s tax base.
“Shop Local!” is a cry heard from green-minded folks during all seasons, and as holiday gifting approaches, the exclamations seem to get louder.
But what does “shopping locally” mean, exactly?
If Target is three miles from my house, does that mean I’m shopping locally?
What about my holiday meal?
Does buying from my local supermarket count as being “local?”
And, probably the biggest question during these tough economic times… WHY should I shop locally when I can get a product cheaper at a chain retailer? The reason for the “local” movement can really be summarized in four simple phrases… See the full story here:http://www.greenchildmagazine.com/what-does-it-really-mean-to-shop-locally/
New Day Cafe Restaurant https://www.facebook.com/Newdaycafeatcastle/
Address: 3115 Stratofortress Dr, Atwater, CA 95301
Hours: 6AM – 2:30 PM Phone: (209) 723-2833
Cocomo’s Salon & Day Spa
- Cocomo’s Salon & Day Spa Hair Salons, Nail Salons 1184 Broadway Ave Atwater, CA 95301
- Phone number(209) 357-3507
- The staff is very friendly, the place is very clean, and the stylists there are the best in the business. You can also get professional eyelash extensions done there and their nail girl knows her stuff.
Hi Friends, Kathy Crawford, my “Personal Jeweler” will be showing her fantastic jewelry for a few of us on 3/22/2016 . Please take a look at her catalog/ website or click here. If you you see something that you like, please contact me (Gail 209-712-8997) or Kathy to place your orders. All order will be mailed directly to your home. Thank You for your support
“JEWELS BY KATHY C.”
I love Premier and the opportunity it has given me to meet the needs in my life. Please let me know if you would like more information about this wonderful business.
The city is named after the Merced River, which flows nearby. Merced, known as the Gateway to Yosemite,” is located nearby Yosemite National Park, the Monterey Bay, the Pacific Ocean, and several beaches to the west. Recently the city became home to the tenth University of California campus, University of California, Merced, the first research university built in the U.S. in the 21st century. Sites of interest include the Applegate Park and zoo, Bear and Black Rascal Creeks and their bike trails, the Maziner Theatre, County Courthouse Museum, the Merced Multicultural Arts Center and County Library. Also nearby are the Castle Air Museum, Castle Science and Technology Museum, Lake Yosemite and Merced Falls.
These blog posts generated the most attention and encompass the various pillars outlined in the the Department of Commerce’s Open for Business agenda and Path Forward vision.
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