The GBA Pop-up Shop Is Here!
And speaking of the GBA Pop-up Shop, the Shop is now here at the Chamber!
Missing any of the GBA Annual Collectible Ornaments? Forgot to get a Brick+Mortar t-shirt last year? Well now's the time to rectify those situations! Come on down to the GBA Pop-up Shop and avail yourselves of what we have to offer! Ornaments are only $8 or two for $15; t-shirts are $10/two for $15 for long-sleeve, or $8/two for $10 for short-sleeve (limited supply of short-sleeve); recycled-plastic, mercury-free Greenfield thermometers only $5; and brown leather Franklin County luggage tags for a mere $3.
Shop now and be all done come December!
Greenfield Dollars are a local currency designed for use in the city of Greenfield, Massachusetts issued by the Greenfield Business Association working in collaboration with participating local businesses, and local non-profit organizations.
The purpose of a local currency is to function on a local scale the same way that national currencies have functioned on a national scale — building the local economy by maximizing circulation of trade within a defined region. Widely used in the early 1900s, local currencies are again being recognized as a tool for sustainable economic development. The currency distinguishes the local businesses that accept the currency from those that do not, building stronger relationships and a greater affinity between the business community and the citizens of a particular place.
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