‘Small Business Pull-up’ heads east for the first time and will be welcomed to St. Phillip’s North by UPP Candidate Alex Brown

For the first time, the United Progressive Party’s “Small Business Pull-up” will be making its way to the eastern section of the island –to support small businesses in the communities of St. Phillip’s North.

The tour will be staged this Saturday, November 19.

Alex Browne, the Party’s Candidate for that constituency, believes these businesses offer a special touch by catering to the unique needs of community residents.
Browne is inviting everyone to take part in the weekly initiative, which he promises will be fun, and says visitors should expect the warm hospitality that is synonymous with small business owners in the east.
“It is these positive experiences that create a win-win for everyone in the community and keep customers coming back,” Browne says.
The caravan will leave St. Stephen’s Anglican Church at 1:30 p.m. and wend its way through the villages of Seatons, Glanvilles, Willikies and Newfield, patronizing a diverse array of small enterprises.
Along the route, the team will share the UPP’s Small Business Agenda for Development and Growth with vendors and patrons.
During past outings, many vendors have expressed their gratitude for the additional sales and exposure the initiative has generated for them.
Since late August, the Pull-up has been highlighting and empowering small businesses through their post pandemic-recovery.
Last week’s event was held in St. Mary’s North and, like the previous ones, was hailed as a success.