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  • Reasons to Shop Local

Researchers Develop Better Understanding of Economics on Buying Locally from Service Firms

The premise that locally owned and operated businesses in both retail and service sectors generate greater local economic activity than their chain counterparts has become widely understood and accepted. In communities across the nation and abroad, public policy has adapted to this reality through a variety of planning and zoning tools.

By putting a dollar value to the impact, this study by Civic Economics provides evidence of the strength local suppliers—that are not retail firms—have on our local economy.

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