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Tradesmen Made America Great, and There’s More Work to be Done

Posted on Tuesday, August 21, 2018
Categories: Local Economy  |  History  |  Construction Industry

It’s no secret that the United States of America was built by the cracked and bleeding hands, strong backs, and aching muscles of brave and hardworking people who refused to relent, despite the massive obstacles. Leaders in the construction industry and workers in the skilled trades built the houses and buildings where we live and work; the streets, bridges and tunnels where we drive; the...

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Tagged:contractor, local economy, small business, employment, tradesmen, jobs


How Buying Local at Small Businesses Makes America Greater

Posted on Friday, November 03, 2017
Categories: Local Economy

Fact: Small businesses are the largest employer nationally. For every $100 spent with a locally-owned company, $45 remains in the local economy compared to about $13 per $100 spent with a national company. Local businesses give – on average – 250% more to non-profit organizations than nationally owned companies. Significantly more money re-circulates in our local communities when...

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Tagged:shop local, buy local, local economy

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