Albuquerque, New Mexico 2021-11-27 17:51:59 –
Albuquerque, New Mexico (KRQE) – City officials are encouraging locals to buy locals this holiday season. Local leaders visited small businesses along Central from downtown west to Nob Hill in the afternoon. They celebrate their small business on Saturday and announce the launch of Buy Local Month in December.
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We are also promoting companies such as “And Stuff Retail Collective” Nobu Hill’s annual shop and walk.. At the end of next week, events such as Treelight, Twinkle Light Parade, Pop-up Artist and Vendor Market will begin.
The city says it will be of great help in supporting the local economy through a pandemic. “When shopping locally, almost 70% of the dollar you spend stays within our community,” said Damian Lara, Interim Director of Economic Development.
Parking along Central will be free during December to attract more shoppers along Route 66.
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