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Saturday, January 12, 2008


Local businesses support each other. Sales taxes come home to work. The taxes collected by a local business support our schools, social services, and public agencies.

For every $100 a shopper spends with a local business, $68 goes back into the local economy. For every $100 spent at a chain, only $43 is retained locally, mostly in the form of wages. Your shopping decision really can make a difference.

(To find out more, read the Andersonville Study by the Civic Economic Group found online at: