#SupportDownriver Heroes Broadcast
With restrictions on businesses in place, and the uncertainty we face throughout the ongoing pandemic, it is absolutely critical that we unite to STRONGLY support local businesses. For the success of our Downriver economy, and the wellbeing of our local workforce, the support of our community’s businesses by we the people is critical. As one united community, we are absolutely confident that when we work together we will thrive.
The Southern Wayne County Regional Chamber has partnered with the Downriver Community Conference to launch a campaign to support our local businesses, and to recharge our local economy in a safe, responsible, and effective way. The campaign is called #SupportDownriver, and #SupportSouthernWayneCounty. We are asking all of our communities and members to participate in this positive and encouraging messaging. Now more than ever, it is vital that we support our Downriver and southern Wayne County job providers, entrepreneurs and workforce.
Graphics for All to Use
The campaign includes flyers and Facebook banner images that we are asking each community and business to use in this campaign. There are 2 sets, one for the #SupportDownriver campaign, and the 2nd set for the #SupportSouthernWayneCounty campaign. Communities and businesses can use either set of graphics.
#SupportDownriver Lawn Signs
Contact SWCRC member MI Custom Signs for your #SupportDownriver lawn sign! Call ahead for availability. $9 each. MI Custom Signs will bring them out to you when they are in stock. 734.946.7446.
#SupportDownriver on WXYZ Channel 7!
SWCRC President & CEO Ron Hinrichs spoke with WXYZ Channel 7 about the #SupportDownriver campaign, and the critical mission to support local job providers and entrepreneurs as we work to reopen economic activity safely. The interview featured several of our Downriver small businesses including The Willow Tree in Wyandotte, Elliott’s Bakery in Trenton, Big Bear Lodge Restaurant in Brownstown, and Bierkeller in Taylor.