New & Used Cars plus superior customer shop service.
The Positive Outcomes for Chatham-Kent
For every $100
spent at local independent stores, they in turn generate $45 of secondary local spending.
Local Business operatorslike
the ones shown here have helped to make this message possible. They are community boosters and are deserving of your support. Think Local-Shop Local and Buy Local whenever
you can. Thank You.
2019 research found that independent businesses recirculate
up to 4.6 times more revenue than multinationals, keeping up to 63% of revenue in communities compared to 14% with multinationals. (The Economic Impact of Local Businesses)
Independent businesses produce up to 8.4 times more jobs/ft2 & up to 8.1 times more revenue/ft2 than multinationals, and they spend up to 31.4% of their revenue on local products & services
from locally-based businesses. (The Economic Impact of Local Businesses)
Shopping local helps to drive new start-ups and new investment in small business. "New businesses account for nearly all net new job creation and almost 20 percent of gross job creation" (The
Importance of Young Firms for Economic Growth. Jason Wiens and Chris Jackson, Entrepreneurship Policy Digest, Kauffman Foundation, Sept. 14, 2015)
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