IN HONOR OF NATIONAL SMALL BUSINESS MONTH, GOV. REYNOLDS ANNOUNCES COMMUNITY CONTEST TO SHOWCASE SUPPORT FOR IOWA’S SMALL BUSINESSES
4 May 2023
Gov. Kim Reynolds marked the start of National Small Business Month with the announcement of a chance for Iowa communities to showcase their support for small businesses through the third annual #IowansUnite Community contest. The winning community will be awarded a custom mural.
The contest invites cities, municipalities and economic development organizations to submit creative and inspirational videos showcasing how their community members support small businesses and celebrate the businesses’ importance to the community. Communities that submit a video have the chance to win a one-of-a-kind mural designed and installed by Iowa artist Ben Schuh that welcomes visitors to their shopping district or downtown area.
In Honor of National Small Business Month, Gov. Reynolds Announces Community Contest to Showcase Support for Iowa’s Small BusinessesMay 4 2023
Video contest gives communities a chance to win custom mural May 4, 2023 (DES MOINES) – Gov. Kim Reynolds marked the start of National Small Business Month with the announcement of a chance for Iowa communities to showcase their support for small businesses through the third annual #IowansUnite Community contest. The winning...
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