Support Local is new campaign urging Brampton resident to shop in town
The Brampton Economic Development Department is encouraging both local residents and businesses to take advantage of some of the tools they offer on their website.
Residents are reminded businesses offer online shopping and curbside pickup, and when they eventually fully reopen, people are encouraged to explore, select and buy local during COVID-19 and beyond.
From ordering takeout food to purchasing gift cards, to watching The Rose’s online programming, you can safely experience Brampton’s many local offerings.
There is also a list of all restaurants in Brampton.
Businesses, meanwhile, have access to various logos and a social media kit they can use to indicate their participation in the Support Local program.
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