$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.
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The Traveling ‘Stache campaign will start on November 1st at the Shave Off, which will be held 10-3 outside the offices of the Associated Urologists of North Carolina in North Raleigh. For the entire month of November, businesses will have the opportunity to “steal” the moustache from one another.
Dozens of vendors – including restaurants, farms, breweries, wineries and bakeries – are participating in the Red & White Food and Beverage Festival. All vendors have NC State connections, with alumni as owners or managers.
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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.