Participaters who go to the Facebook page, click on “Events” and then “Cyber-Mobbing” and spend roughly $20 at that day’s sponsored area business.
The idea, according to the Facebook page, is to see how much web-traffic and sales the event can drive to the business on that day.
Each day will sponsor a different local business in a different Rhode Island region. One day each for Coventry, Cranston, East Greenwich, Providence, Warwick as well as a local artisan.
“It’s a time to reflect on the importance of economic democracy and community self-determination by celebrating the nation’s locally owned independent businesses and the stake each citizen has in shaping their home town’s future,” AMIBA director Jennifer Rockne said in prepared remarks.
PBN is now accepting applications for its newest award program and event for RI & Bristol County to celebrate the Manufacturing Renaissance that is evolving regionally and across the country. The deadline for applications is March 20th.
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