FREDONIA – A rally to welcome the ‘Small Business Revolution’ streaming series is scheduled to take place Wednesday afternoon.
Community leaders, local organizations, and small businesses will welcome representatives from the show at the Fredonia Opera House at 1:30 p.m. as they visit Fredonia to interview businesses in the community.
If Fredonia is successful in bringing the ‘Small Business Revolution’ show to the community, not only will the series be filmed in Fredonia, local businesses will receive technical assistance from Deluxe Corporation along with a $500,000 investment in revitalization.
“Bringing the Small Business Revolution to Fredonia will be transformational,” stated Doug Essek, Village Trustee and Mayor Elect. “This rally is an opportunity for the community to unite and welcome our guests from the Small Business Revolution. If we are going to be successful in this effort, we need the support of Fredonia residents and our neighbors throughout Chautauqua County.”
Small Business Revolution is a production of Deluxe. The company celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2015, creating the Small Business Revolution as a way to celebrate the small businesses that drive the economy, bring communities together, and create a movement of support.
As a leading provider of marketing services and products for small businesses, Deluxe Corporation believes that small businesses are the future of the American economy.
Business and community members interested in participating and supporting Fredonia in the Small Business Revolution contact David Kleparek, Fredonia Community Chamber Coordinator at 366-6200.
The series airs on Hulu.