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Building Community Through Supporting Local Businesses at the Neighborgood Market

Updated: Apr 24, 2023

Neighborgood Market is just around the corner, and we're excited to see the community come together to support local businesses. At a time when many small businesses have been struggling, events like Neighborgood Market are more important than ever. Here are some of the ways that attending the event can help build community and support local businesses.

  1. Bringing People Together: Neighborgood Market is a great opportunity to bring people together and strengthen community bonds. By attending the event, you'll be connecting with your neighbors and supporting the local economy.

  2. Supporting Local Businesses: The vendors at Neighborgood Market are all local businesses, and by supporting them, you're helping to keep money in the community. These small businesses are the backbone of our local economy, and by supporting them, we're all helping to build a stronger community.

  3. Discovering New Favorites: Neighborgood Market is a great way to discover new local businesses that you might not have known about before. Whether it's a new restaurant or a local artist, the event is a chance to discover and support new favorites.

  4. Helping to Create Jobs: Small businesses are an important source of jobs in our community, and by supporting them, we're helping to create and sustain these jobs. By attending the Neighborgood Market, you're helping to support local businesses and the jobs they create.

  5. Enjoying Local Flavor: One of the best things about supporting local businesses is that you get to enjoy the unique flavor of your community. Whether it's a local restaurant or a local artisan, these businesses offer something special that you can't find anywhere else.

Neighborgood Market is more than just an event – it's a way to build community and support local businesses. By attending the event, you're helping to create a stronger, more resilient community.

So come out on May 4th from 5 PM to 8 PM at District 56 and support our local businesses.

We can't wait to see you there!

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