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Bee All Natural

The artesian family-run business “Bee All Natural” provides premium quality raw honey for their local community of Jimboomba in Queensland and the entirety of Australia. They produce an array of unique products from chocolate, chilli, turmeric and ginger, vanilla bean and raspberry infused raw honey!

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Bee All Natural

The artesian family-run business “Bee All Natural” provides premium quality raw honey for their local community of Jimboomba in Queensland and the entirety of Australia. They produce an array of unique products from chocolate, chilli, turmeric and ginger, vanilla bean and raspberry infused raw honey!
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Veronique, Owner, Dancing for Wellbeing

Veronique, Owner, Dancing for Wellbeing

Veronique established 'Dancing for Wellbeing' Seniors Ballet in 2017, offering the Ballet for Better Balance 55+™️ program to improve seniors' physical and mental fitness.
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George, Owner, Lucky Charm City Rail

George, Owner, Lucky Charm City Rail

Say G’day to George, Lucky Charm City Rail’s proud owner. Things start early for George. He’s up before the crack of dawn, making sure not to wake his wife before he heads to the store by 5:30 to open doors, still tired. From there, George collects the papers and magazines, making sure they’re displayed nicely for his customers, and the shu...
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MEDIA RELEASES

Supporting small businesses like Bradley’s Bakery and Boy and Bloom South Café is essential

Small businesses are the heartbeat of Australia’s national economy and our local communities. They employ nearly half of the nation’s workers and contribute a third of Australia’s GDP. And they make the places we live, and work feel like a community. “The coronavirus pandemic, lockdowns, and resulting global economic downturn hit the sm...
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Op-ed: ‘Go Local First’ this Christmas to help Canberra business

Federal Member for Canberra, Alicia Payne MP, urges Canberrans to ‘Go Local First‘ this Christmas to help small businesses in our region survive another tough year, and hopefully still be here to prosper in 2022: Whether you have a spring in your step heading into the Christmas break or feel that you are limping towards the finish line, Canberr...
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Mark McKenzie, joined Kaz on the Today Show

GO LOCAL FIRST does the Morning Show

GO LOCAL FIRST Campaign Spokesman, Mark McKenzie, joined Kaz on the Today Show to talk about the challenges facing small businesses around Australia. Small businesses provide local communities with vitality – they’re the lifeblood of our communities.
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BUSINESS TIPS

Social Media ideas for your small business

There are several ways you can support and promote the GO LOCAL FIRST campaign: By using your digital channels: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or LinkedIn to like and share GO LOCAL FIRST posts, messages and advertising. By highlighting and promoting small local businesses in your area, and the hero local business owners behind them. Use the hash...
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SUPPORTER KITS COMING SOON

GO LOCAL FIRST will have a range of merchandise available to order to help promote the campaign. The best part? It will be free! Check out our online store, and reserve your kit now and be first in line to receive your supporter kit.
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SHOWING YOUR SUPPORT ON SOCIAL MEDIA

TAKE A PICTURE OR SHOOT A VIDEO OF YOUR BUSINESS FOR SOCIAL MEDIA A great way to connect with the campaign’s audience is to upload an audio-visual introduction on what makes your business special, interesting, or important to your community. To make a great video, it needs to be between 30 and 60 seconds long at a maximum (you can refer to the sm...
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