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Shop Gandy! initiative to help businesses during construction

– Shop Gandy! is an initiative to promote shopping on Gandy Boulevard during an upcoming construction project.
source FOX13

By the first of the year, construction will begin to extend the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway to the Gandy Bridge. The expressway extension will come right down the middle of Gandy Boulevard in the median.

In hopes of lessening the impact to local businesses, the Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority has teamed up with the Chambers of Commerce in the area to promote shopping during the construction.

The campaign’s launch party kicks off on Tuesday at 81Brewing Company at 5:30 p.m. to introduce businesses to the campaign. It will also be an opportunity to meet the area’s Chamber of Commerce leaders and members.

Shop Gandy! Launch Party
81Bay Brewing Company
4465 West Gandy Boulevard Suite 600
Tampa, FL 33611

Facebook Event
Website: http://shopgandy.com


Shop local! It’s good for your neighborhood small business owners

Small businesses in Tampa and St. Pete need help

Sean Daly
12:17 AM, Sep 25, 2017
source WFTS


TAMPA BAY, Fla. – September is a notoriously tough month for small businesses. Hurricane Irma disrupted multiples days causing lost customers making things even worse for “Mom and Pop” stores.

Officials on both sides of Tampa Bay are urging residents to be good to their neighborhoods and spend some money locally.

In Tampa, the Shop Gandy! campaign gets started on Tuesday with free food and swag at the 81Bay Brewing Company: www.southtampachamber.org/events/details/shop-gandy-kick-off-event-24484.

Shop Gandy! is a partnership between Tampa, St. Petersburg and Brandon, focusing on Gandy Boulevard merchants. This is also to soothe concerns about disruptions from upcoming the Selmon Extension. Construction on the project is expected to begin early next year.

Over in St. Petersburg, Mayor Rick Kriseman signed a proclamation for Burg Buys Local Week: www.stpete.org.

The event will highlight locally owned shops and businesses especially struggling after Irma blew through. Online shopping and big national box stores are only compounding their problems.

When shopping in the ‘Burg, make sure to use the #StPeteRecovers hashtag on social media to get some special attention.


 

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Mellisa McColley serves as the Selmon Extension Project Information Officer. She is excited to support local businesses and keep the public informed on every detail of the project. She can help with any questions or concerns business owners or citizens might have. Up-to-date information will also be provided during her weekly business roundtable meetings, scheduled to begin early 2018. You can reach Mellisa at (813) 613-2306 or mellisa@selmonextension.com.

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