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Posted on: August 1, 2019

Shop local: Easy ways to support Spring Hill businesses this month

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Established by a mayoral proclamation in 2015, Shop Local Month serves as a great opportunity for residents to reaffirm their commitment to supporting our local business community. Challenge yourself to make small steps to support Spring Hill businesses this August!

Household challenge

Make it a goal this month to buy everything you need in Spring Hill for one week, from groceries to gasoline. Making a series of small efforts is a good way to form a habit!

Plan ahead

Why wait until something breaks or needs replaced to find a local professional to help you? Make a list of Spring Hill services to help you with your home, vehicle and financial needs so you’re prepared. 

Make a splash with sales tax

Have you visited the Spring Hill Aquatic Center this season? This project was funded by a special city sales tax revenue along with the upcoming Veterans Park. General sales tax revenue funds day-to-day operations, better streets and park expansions.

Look out for signs of generosity 

The next time someone hands you a free item like a bottle of water or a program at a community activity, see who is supporting these events through sponsorships and donations. You may be surprised to see how much local businesses give back to our community throughout the year.

Prepping for the school year

Take advantage of the convenience of nearby businesses while getting ready for the upcoming school year. You can get school supplies, physicals, teeth cleanings, eye exams and your teen’s car tuned up within just minutes of your home.

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