Shop Local November 17th

11/9/2007:

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Support local retailers

Get Out Hudson is bringing this national “support your local community” program to Hoboken & Jersey City.

Shop Local is a national program to get residents shopping locally in their communities and away from chains.

November 17th we encourage everyone to shop locally. To entice you to shop – businesses are offering extra discounts!

To redeem these discounts – simply print out the Shop Local PDF file and present to the participating store on November 17th.

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8 Comments on "Shop Local November 17th"


debra
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debra
8 years 10 months ago

Oops I’m losing my mind, forgot how to spell sophisticated.

I read my post and couldn’t figure out what the hell I spelled.

😯

debra
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debra
8 years 10 months ago

[quote comment=”52818″][quote comment=”52811″]Sorry but Lallo’s is no longer on Washington Street.:P[/quote]

I know, I just like saying(or typing) Lallo’s House of Charles.[/quote]

LMAO, it does sound so sophicated.

ron mexico
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ron mexico
8 years 10 months ago

[quote comment=”52811″]Sorry but Lallo’s is no longer on Washington Street.:P[/quote]

I know, I just like saying(or typing) Lallo’s House of Charles.

debra
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debra
8 years 10 months ago

Sorry but Lallo’s is no longer on Washington Street.

I remember when there were such things as “sidewalk” sales, bringing people to shop locally. Can’t do that nowadays with the rents on Washington Street.

Oh shoprite sells underwear too 😛

MauMau
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MauMau
8 years 10 months ago

The stores in Hoboken have become increasingly overpriced. For one rents have soared, and realtors convince prospective new business that Hoboken can support their prices. Not!
How about a monthly rent of $35,000/month?
That was the going price for the location where Garden of Eden went in. Maybe they cut a better deal. I hope so.
However, a busines that would bring shoppers to the avenue would be possibly GAP, only I don’t think GAP is a good as it used to be.
But I bet if Old Navy, and or H&M opened on the avenue, it would not only bring more shoppers into town, but it would help all the small surrounding stores, just by the increase in foot traffic alone.

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