UPP Small Businesses Pull-Up Ventures Into the Community of All Saints West

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On Saturday 3rd September, the United Progressive Party (UPP) will spotlight and support small businesses throughout the constituency of All Saints West as part of the ongoing “Small Business Pull-Up Series.” A convoy of supporters will gather at the UPP’s Constituency Branch Office along Sea View Farm Main Road at noon. The adjacent food spot that features some of the best local delicacies and talented chefs on island, will be the first stop on the tour.
The caravan will make stops throughout Sea View Farm, Freemans Village, All Saints Village and end in Buckleys Village. The group will patronize chefs, artisans, farmers and other vendors to help spark business activity in the community.
“Many big businesses today started small. The UPP believes in the dreams of our small businesses, but many of them are struggling in a tough economy. We want to inspire them to be more innovative in meeting the needs of their customers and to find creative ways to expand their markets,” said Anthony Smith Jr., UPP Candidate for All Saints West.
The UPP believes that money spent in the community, not only empowers small businesses, but the entire community benefits. All Saints West Is the third constituency to be featured in the “Small Business Pull-Up” effort, which started in All Saints East and St. Luke and then went to St. George.  The initiative is designed to spotlight community businesses and generate new customers and well needed economic activity. It also provides an opportunity for the UPP team to engage vendors and patrons one-on-one to share the Party’s plans and policies for support  small businesses.
To join the caravan anywhere along the route, or to get further information, please contact Anthony Smith Jr. Tel: 764-8386.

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16 COMMENTS

  1. Great initiative. Bring some activity and exposure to the little man and woman. The sweetie shop needs love too.

    • This caravan ting is such crap…. but I going so i can find out which businesses dont have a foodhandlers permit. And maybe just maybe I will finally meet my soon MP
      St.Georges was behaving like it was a st.george thing and not a nUPP ting

      • @ Mi tiad

        I detect some jealousy and covetousness; you are breaking the commandments.

        UPP cannot help it if they have so many ideas that the ABLP and minions like you grudge. PITY

      • This is a response to Mi tiad

        You are a true ABLP supporter since you are mean-spirited and your only goal is to see how you can crush your fellow-black citizens.
        Not to give a “hand-up” but to ” kick-down”

        GOD have mercy on your evil bad-minded soul.

        • @jJenj since when having a healthcertified business is a kickdown . .? In every party, there are PUREdunce elements like you.

          • @ ALL VENDORS
            He first gives us his views on the initiative. Then he states his motives.
            Duck or weave, God knows our hearts. I hope that he attends and that he is blessed

  2. A bottle of water and a SUCK-A-BUBBY won’t cut it UPP. And please King Lyadd Lovell Limpy Joe lead by example and warn your candidates about issuing BOUNCE CHECKS to unsuspecting individuals
    BOUNCE CHECKS
    BOUNCE CHECKS
    BOUNCE CHECKS
    BOUNCE CHECKS
    BOUNCE CHECKS
    BOUNCE CHECKS
    BOUNCE CHECKS
    BOUNCE CHECKS
    BOUNCE CHECKS

    • @ SHERFIELD BOWEN SHOT TESSA…….

      I WILL RELAY THE MESSAGE TO LOVELL, ONCE YOU PROMISE TO RELAY THE SAME MESSAGE TO CHET GREEN
      BOUNCE CHEQUE AND FOOTBALL WORK WELL TOGETHER
      BOUNCE CHEQUE AND FOOTBALL WORK WELL TOGETHER
      BOUNCE CHEQUE AND FOOTBALL WORK WELL TOGETHER
      BOUNCE CHEQUE AND FOOTBALL WORK WELL TOGETHER
      BOUNCE CHEQUE AND FOOTBALL WORK WELL TOGETHER
      BOUNCE CHEQUE AND FOOTBALL WORK WELL TOGETHER
      THEY BOUNCE WELL TOGETHER. 🙁

    • @ SHERFIELD:
      So tell me what is the ABLP doing to help small business?
      Oh yes, by breaking down the food stalls of young black people.
      I guess you are ok with that?

  3. @ HORACE J SIMON

    I totally agree. The ideas that UPP come up with show that they are ready to govern. They are fresh and innovative and I can only imagine the plans they have to move Antigua and Barbuda forward.
    This inept government, void of ideas need to go.
    GET RID A DEM

  4. In recent times ABLP has shown little regard for the small business. Look how they broke down the young men place in Parham, the lady at East Bus Station and even Mary’s Rum Bar. Small business is who help keep the community alive. Not everybody have transport and bus money to go to the big supermarket. UPP is on the right track by helping small business.

    • Small business like that owned by Gladys Potter 🍦 🍨 scooper who don’t know Jack shit about FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT. She can’t even explain what a small business is. Unto the time Dame Nighty WHISPERED IDEAS IN HER EAR she still couldn’t string a sentence together. “I’m a small business owner and WE are a teamplayer” 🤣 🤣 🤣 🤣 🤣 🤣 🤣 🤣 🤣 🤣

      The ENTREPRENEURIAL DEVELOPMENT FUND has assisted lots of budding small businesses, but it won’t help the icecream scooper. Her issue is that she EMPTYHEAD- a microcosm of her UPP run to IMF party.

  5. If you can’t move your countries agendas in two terms in office, no need to get grandfathered in. I agree,time to move on. I’ve been doing business in ANU for the past 6yrs, and things are not changing. Even a foreigner like me who loves and invest in antigua, see that. Nuff said!!!

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