A Local Feastposted Monday, December 27 by
You know what I love about independent business owners? They not only like to “play” together but they do it in a way that supports their community.
This Christmas Eve, various local businesses including Busboys and Poets, Eatonville, The Diner, Local 16, Ben’s Chili Bowl, Nora’s, and their friends prepared and served a 3-course dinner for youth at the New Beginnings Youth Development Center, a program that prepares youth for community reintegration.
To learn more about how Think Local First or other independent businesses support the local community contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Her Corner is a community of women entrepreneurs where members collaborate, network, and leverage one another’s expertise via a peer group model to grow their businesses. Founded in 2011 in Washington, D.C., one of the fastest-growing markets for women-owned businesses in the U.S.
Think Local First DC (TLF) is kicking off its first-ever campaign to save small and local DC businesses money on energy. Called Power to Save, the effort provides businesses with simple, easy ways to immediately reduce their energy costs and enhance their sustainability.