Who: Daytona Beach Shores Business Alliance aka “Shop The Shores” What: Small Business Saturday SIDEWALK SALE! When: Saturday, November 30th, 2019 Where: On the Atlantic Avenue and surrounding corridor “within the City limits of Daytona Beach Shores, FL “
Daytona Beach Shores Business Alliance (DBSBA.com)
proud to announce that on
November 30, 2019 all
businesses in the City of Daytona Beach Shores will be allowed to
have items on sale outside the business in celebration of
the nationally marketed,
“Small Business Saturday”.
helping to promote our small business community, THE
CITY OF DAYTONA BEACH SHORES COUNCIL has granted all businesses in
Daytona Beach Shores to have a 1-day exemption from
the no-sidewalk rule for this special day!
Small businesses are like seashells, each one is unique. One small purchase can make a difference and it is a smart economic decision to jump on the already successful Small Business Saturday, the Saturday after Thanksgiving, and the day after Black Friday that is dedicated to supporting small businesses during the busiest shopping weekend of the year.
Participating Businesses: Now is your chance to bring goods (safely) in front of your store to attract attention to your business. Please post your sales and photos on Facebook with the tags: #ShopTheShores and #ShoresMeansBusiness
The DBSBA has only 1 box of business directories remaining held at A1A Shipping (Official Shop The Shores Headquarters), so stop by to pick them up to hand out in your store. We hope to print another 5000 in 2020.
If you haven’t met her yet, we are honored to introduce Stacy Conomos, the new Economic Development Liaison from the City of Daytona Beach Shores. DBSBA Volunteers, Kathryn McMillan (A1A Shipping) and Nancy Lilly (Traveltyme) met with the newly hired point-person in an effort to build a stronger business community! Stacy will be working with Economic Development Liaison City Council Member Rick Frizalone and Business Relation Liaison City Council Member Mel Lindauer as the Economic Development consultant to assist the City’s Economic Development program. “We have an exciting program available soon offering economic development incentives to local business”, says Ms. Conomos. She needs our help by tagging your social media posts with “#ShoresMeansBusiness” as well as giving her your email so she can contact you for a survey and other information.
The Daytona Beach Shores Business Alliance (DBSBA) seeks to partner with the local business community and remind each of you about the nationally marketed, “Small Business Saturday”.
Let us know about your sales & in-store specials at participating businesses in a cooperative effort to promote Daytona Beach Shores aka #ShopTheShores.
Small businesses are like seashells, each one is unique. One small purchase can make a difference and it is a smart economic decision to jump on the already successful Small Business Saturday, the Saturday after Thanksgiving movement that is dedicated to supporting small businesses during the busiest shopping weekend of the year.
Participating Businesses: Please email us your Business name, address, special promotion offered and hours of operation. Or post them on our Facebook page and tag #ShopTheShores. CLICK FOR FLYER
Event: 2016 Meet the Candidates – Daytona Beach Shores When: Thursday, October 6 at 6p-9p Where: Drive-In Christian Church in the Friendship Hall, 3140 S. Atlantic Ave, DBS RSVP: email@example.com
Note: General Public is invited to attend to this social gathering to learn about DBS candidates ideas and goals. Light refreshments will be served. There may be limited seating depending on RSVPs. The DBSBA has invited all city council candidates running for office in the upcoming city election to this event. We cannot guarantee attendance of any candidate.* Bring your questions to submit to moderator. Be informed before you vote.
*Disclaimer: The DBSBA does not endorse, nor has ever endorsed any specific candidate in any election. As the Business community, we offer this event to our community to allow voters to get to know who is running for office in our city. We ask for your continued support in our “Shop The Shores” Buy Local initiative. Visit ShopTheShores.org
Invite from the PR & Membership Volunteers
Daytona Beach Shores Business Alliance
“Shop The Shores!”
Shop the Shores! Yes, Daytona Beach Shores invites you to our little community to shop, stay, eat, play. Just like the Visit the Shores marketing campaign says. We wish each of you a happy Holiday season, where it’s Hanukkah, Christmas, Feliz Navidad, Kwanzaa or New Years. We wish you happiness, health and success!
It’s a SIGN OF THE TIMES! Ace Hardware and Lexington Suites new signs are in full compliance with The City’s new sign ordinance.
Close to being correct and waiting for a few adjustments or variance applications are Metz and Hyatt Place and Dollar General.
A sign for commercial zoning is 8 foot in height and 8 foot in width. 48 square feet. Shopping Center, Hotel and Multifamily vary in size.
Remember The Non-Conforming Sign Removal Incentive Grant Program is a dollar for dollar (50-50) matching grant, capped according to type and size of business. Hotels can get a grant of up to $6,500. All signs must be in compliance by April 10, 2022.
If you have any questions, you are invited to contact: Stewart Cruz, City Planner at the City of Daytona Beach Shores Call 386 763-5361