“Bounce Back NYC” Campaign Launched To Help Small Businesses Hurt By Sandy

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Public Advocate Bill de Blasio, local Chambers of Commerce, and elected officials launched a new campaign aimed at assisting neighborhood businesses affected by Superstorm Sandy.

The initiative is called “Bounce Back NYC,” and it will be sending staff members and volunteers to the hardest hit neighborhoods and business districts in an all out effort to assist, promote, and restore small businesses back to health.

“We are setting out to provide small businesses in the hardest-hit parts of our city with more promotion, more customers and more resources to help them back on their feet,” De Blasio announced in a press release.

If you are work in or operate a small business that has been affected by Sandy, we urge you to fill out a form to get listed on bouncebacknyc.com. Over 500 of the hardest hit businesses from Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island have already registered. Almost none are from Sheepshead Bay, so get on it!


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