Think Local First celebrates five years

Gayle Robinson to pass presidential torch to Paul Hadfield of Spinankers

An intiative that encourages shoppers to support locally owned businesses is celebrating its fifth anniversary.

Since 2012, Think Local First has grown from 68 businesses to more than 190 businesses and more are joining every month.

The businesses work together to promote a vibrant independent business community. Gayle Robinson of Robinson’s Outdoors Store is passing the presidential torch to Paul Hadfield of Spinnakers.

editor@vicnews.com

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