AMSTERDAM, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Montgomery County officials and business leaders are launching the “Buy It In Montgomery” campaign on Friday, plus unveiling a logo for the new initiative.
“Buy It In Montgomery” promotes local commerce by developing a comprehensive online directory to help area vendors impacted by the coronavirus attract support from customers and the community. The program is using #StrongerTogether.
Montgomery businesses owners, products, and services have faced unprecedented economic hardship through the pandemic, with friends and neighbors struggling to stay afloat. All businesses in Montgomery County can sign up to participate in the “Buy It In Montgomery” campaign—and be included in the new online directory—should contact the program via email.
County Executive Matthew L. Ossenfort, Amsterdam Supervisor Thomas DiMezza, Amsterdam Mayor Michael Cinquanti, and Montgomery County Business Development Center CEO Ken Rose were on hand at the Chatter Box Boutique at 10 a.m. Friday, help to bring awareness to the importance of shopping locally.
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