$20 on the 20th, supported by Shop Local Raleigh is encouraging shoppers to take $20 and spend it with a local merchant rather than a big box chain. With over 400 members, Shop Local Raleigh is able to provide shoppers with a wide variety of locally owned independent businesses to choose from when deciding where to spend your money.
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Roundabout Art Collective has a Call for Artists for 2015, main gallery, Oberlin Room. Deadline October 31st. Both 2D and 3D accepted.
It’s NoshUp time! That’s right, Thursday, October 16 from 6-8pm, is the next Nosh Up at Paradise India Cuisine in Morrisville. Come get a plate of great Indian food, learn about Hyderabadi cuisine, and meet owner Kris Vishwanathan who brings all this goodness to the Triangle.
Lunch and Learn Seminar Description You know how hard it was to launch your small business, but it may be even harder to keep it running smoothly and growing. How do you cope with changing customer needs?
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We have a lot of good programs that support shopping local and buying local. Many of us today take pride in seeking out locally owned and operated businesses. Clearly if we all spent at least 10% of our spending power in local owned and operated businesses we help our towns, our communities and keep alive the uniqueness of our area.