Since we’ve been social distancing for the past month or so now, we have seen a change in the way we are purchasing our essential and non-essential items. At Raleighwood, we have seen non-essential businesses adapt their business models to stay afloat during COVID-19 by quickly shifting focus to limited-contact and touchless e-commerce offerings.
An article recently published by the American Independent Business Alliance (AMIBA) shed light on the importance of small businesses communicating the positive impact they have on local economies. Referenced as the “local economic multiplier effect“, the effect is a result of a greater percentage of revenue circulating through a local economy when money is spent at local […]
The Greater Raleigh Merchants Association (GRMA) and Shop Local Raleigh (SLR) are looking for local artists to submit design ideas for the 67th Annual WRAL Raleigh Christmas parade. The WRAL Raleigh Christmas Parade Contest, sponsored by GRMA/SLR, will be accepting submissions from area artists from August 29, 2011 – September 26, 2011. The winning design […]
Thank you to Tina for sending this information to my attention! Greater Raleigh Chamber Announces Friends of First Responders Program Local Businesses Asked to Participate on Sept. 16 RALEIGH—On Sept. 16, the Greater Raleigh Chamber will honor first responders throughout Wake County by hosting the fourth annual First Responders Appreciation Breakfast. With more than 2,000 […]
Happy 6th Anniversary to co-founders Mike Lombardo and Bates Battaglia, and their whole team, at Downtown Raleigh’s classiest dive bar… Lucky B’s! Join in the celebrations just “Around the Corner” starting at 5pm today (Saturday, May 21, 2011). There will be free food, live music from James Dunn (pictured at right), a Red Bull DJ, […]