We’ve changed in many ways over the past 8 weeks. We shifted into survival mode, adopted social distancing norms, and found new ways to purchase products and services remotely. These purchases were predominantly done through remote online stores with the convenience of delivery right to our front doors.
This change in human behavior has resulted in Our Money – Leaving Our Community faster than ever before.
We need to join forces and reverse this trend fast.
Every day, we need to go out of our way to buy products and services from other local businesses, suppliers, and manufacturers.
So~~ if you want our community to recover, and we all do, then you are going to have to jump on board and get loud for the next 12 months at least.
Refer your friends and family to local businesses, do all of your family business as much as possible with locally owned NW Suburban Businesses, and EAT OUT at our community’s hard-hit restaurants starting on June 1st.
A hundred dollars spent on Amazon or a similar online store results in $1 staying in the community .
It IS in our control. Be smart. Be loyal. To rebuild our local economy, we need our money to stay here in our communities. For our local business community to survive and recover, our money needs to circulate as many times as possible around our communities before it catches the bus out of town.
Our local businesses have supported our community. They need us now, to support them.
Who is going to support your kids’ teams and your PTO, who will sponsor Maple Grove Days, the ISD279 Foundation and ISD279 Schools next year?
Book an Eye Exam NOW or stop in any time~~just bring your mask!