2020 has not been an easy year for anyone, but it has been especially difficult for small businesses. That is why there is this initiative that seeks to help these small companies, as Covi-19 cases multiply again and people turn to buy from large companies online.
The Business.org portal decided to encourage purchases in small businesses this Christmas season, and, for this, the company will pay a person $ 1,000 to spend at local stores rather than large stores.
In order for you to be considered and earn the money, you will need to complete an application by November 30.
The process is pretty simple: just enter your contact information and explain in 100 words or less why supporting small businesses is important to you.
The person who is chosen will receive $ 1,000 to visit at least three small businesses, in person or online, to do his or her Christmas shopping.
According to Thrillist, the winner will then be asked to report to Business.org what the experience was like.
"The goals of this initiative are to inspire more people to choose to shop at local businesses and gain first-hand information about the differences between corporate businesses and smaller stores," said Micah Pratt, manager of Business.org.