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#ShiftLocalSYR – Pledge Today & Vote With Your Dollars

Have you PLEDGED to SHIFT LOCAL yet? Make it 10% today!  TEXT:  shift to 24587   we still need to give away a $50 gift card   Prednisone is an immunosuppressant type of medication which is classified under corticosteroid drugs. In case you purchase prednisone it is especially  18 Jun 2013 … Fast Delivery. Lowest […]

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SyracuseFirst “LOCAL Thirst” // June 24 // 5:30 – 7:30p

SyracuseFirst “LOCAL Thirst” Tuesday, June 24, 2014 5:30 – 7:30 PM Beak & Skiff Apple Orchard, 1911 Tasting Room 2708 Lords Hill Road Lafayette, NY 13084 Join SyracuseFirst for our LOCAL Thirst networking series at the 1911 Tasting Room! Entrepreneur Steve Brennan, Co-Owner and Director of Sales at Beak & Skiff, will share the story […]

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May is National BIKE Month

NATIONAL BIKE MONTH May is National Bike Month, sponsored by the League of American Bicyclists and celebrated in communities from coast to coast. Established in 1956, National Bike Month is a chance to showcase the many benefits of bicycling — and encourage more folks to giving biking a try. Whether you bike to work or […]

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Eat LOCAL (SYR) – How to Nourish our Local Food System

Every dollar you spend is an investment in something. If you’d like more local food choices that nurture our local economy, here are a few things you can do: Read the Labels: Find out where the stuff you’re buying comes from and seek out local products, knowing your dollar will have a deeper impact Visit […]

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Get Rich (quick)

Get rich (quick) Enrich your world by creating value for others. Enrich your health by walking twenty minutes a day. Enrich your community by contributing to someone, without keeping score. Enrich your relationships by saying what needs to be said. Enrich your standing by trusting someone else. Enrich your organization by doing more than you’re […]

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Truly local (and sustainable) craft beer from Empire Brewing Company

The brewery in New York state uses local energy, grows its own ingredients, composts and more. By: Starre Vartan Wed, Apr 30, 2014  (Posted on Mother Nature Network – www.mnn.com) All photos: Empire Brewing Company You’d think brewing great beer that people love would be enough for any brewer. But not for David Katleski, founder of Syracuse, New […]

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Understanding the Small Business Credit Crunch

By Stacey Mitchell April 16, 2014 Even as their big competitors are awash in capital, many locally owned businesses are struggling to secure the financing they need to grow. A new ILSR analysis has found that, since 2000, bank lending to large businesses is up 36 percent, while small business loan volume has fallen 14 […]

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Turning the global economy into connected communities

Connecting people and businesses will make for a more resilient economy and a happier population, Balle founder Michelle Long tells Oliver Balch Oliver Balch theguardian.com, Monday 7 April 2014 Michelle Long, founder and chief executive of Balle: ‘We no longer know where our food comes from’. Photograph: BALLE The family-run Colophon Café is your archetypal […]

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