Shop Local November 17th

11/9/2007:

shop local hoboken jersey city november 17 - Shop Local November 17th

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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debra
debra
Friday, November 9, 2007 4:18 pm

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
debra
Friday, November 9, 2007 4:13 pm

[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
ron mexico
Friday, November 9, 2007 4:04 pm

[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
debra
Friday, November 9, 2007 3:53 pm

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
MauMau
Friday, November 9, 2007 3:36 pm

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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