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Loves Local This Spring
Communities are being urged to get behind their local businesses this Spring as part of the Scotland Loves Local Campaign.
Damon Scott, Project Leader & Chief Executive, Dunbartonshire Chamber of Commerce, said: “Our local businesses continue to need the support of local people. Many are still working hard to recover from the impact of COVID and spending locally keeps that cash circulating in our local economies, creates jobs and is more environmentally-friendly.
“We have so many amazing businesses to choose from that I would always encourage anyone to look locally first. As well as those on our high streets we have a wonderful array of online, freelance and home-based businesses and a host of trades to meet most needs.”
The Loves Local team will be working hard at Easter and beyond to focus on some of the common themes at this time of year including Home Improvements, Garden & Outdoor as well as Days Out and Activities. They will also continue to work to develop themes and activities that encourage ongoing interaction and engagement with shops, cafés and attractions amongst others.
Damon adds: “This is traditionally a time of year for new beginnings, spring cleans, home improvements and spending more time outside in the garden or further afield. We’ll certainly be trying to make the most of this mindset to convey the messages that are at the heart of Loves Local to choose local first. There is also a fantastic variety of things to do across both East and West Dunbartonshire and we’ll be highlighting some of those opportunities too – from Cameron House, Loch Lomond Shores, the Sea Life Centre and Sweeney’s Cruises in and around Balloch – Loch Lomond, to the Denny Tank Museum and Dumbarton Castle and Bowling Harbour to Mugdock Park, the Roman Bath House to the Clyde & Forth Canal cycle routes.
The Loves Local programme in Dunbartonshire will also see the print-led campaign that has been delivered in the other towns rolled out in Balloch with a town flyer being developed to promote local businesses and services.
For more information or to get involved in the Loves Local campaign get in touch by emailing [email protected] or calling 0141 280 0335.
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I would highly recommend chamber membership to any Dunbartonshire business. The chamber works hard to make connections and generate profile for its members and SHBT have enjoyed a number of benefits over the years.Elizabeth Mackay, SHBT