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Support local businesses with Vancity's Good Money Mob

By DH Vancouver Staff, DH Vancouver Staff, DH Vancouver Staff Aug 27, 2012 11:06 am

Here at Vancity Buzz we believe in the entrepreneurial spirit of this city. Along with Vancity we present to you the first Good Money Mob, featuring one of these three businesses: East of Main Cafe – a Chinatown eatery, XOXOlat – a local chocolaterie and Hip Baby – a Kitsilano kid’s store. Vote by liking the photo of the business you want to see get mobbed. Voting ends September 12th. Not sure what a Good Money Mob is? It’s kind of like a flash mob but instead of choreographed dance moves, this mob will be doing some good for local business.

Watch the video and find out how a Good Money Mob brings people together to create a positive local impact. Want to get involved? Start by casting your ‘Like’ voting for the next Good Money Mob business: http://bit.ly/VoteGoodMoneyMob1

Vancouver you can cast your vote for one of the following businesses, all you have to do is ‘Like’  the photos on the corresponding Facebook page:

East of Main Cafe (click link to vote)

  • Located in Chinatown this isn’t just another delicious local eatery. That’s because all their profits go toward Project Limelight Society – a free performing arts program for kids in the Downtown Eastside.
  • East of Main Facebook page

XOXOlat (click link to vote)

  • Local chocolate shop that has some of the finest chocolates in the world. Along with their original creations, they have a wide variety of organic, and Fair Trade chocolates.
  • Facebook Page

Hip Baby (click link to vote)

  • The stuff at Hip Baby on West 4th in Vancouver is not only sustainable, it’s super stylish. Whether you’re looking for something organic, non-toxic or just plain cool for a little one, you can find it there
  • Facebook page

 

 


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