How local have you been this year? Have you moved your money to a local bank? Continued to shop at the farmer's market and local markets? Donated to your local organizations and charities? If you have been struggling with this, or just want more information we are here to help!
History and culture are two of the many aspects that make living in small-town Arizona so wonderful. Residents can enjoy the magic of Route 66 or the ruins of ancient civilizations right in their backyards. This history that contributes to making our homes so special can be leveraged in healthy ways as an economic driver. Join us, this month, as we learn about organizations and places across the state that use their historic assets to generate revenue for the community and educate on the past.
Discover the arts, culture, and heritage of Douglas with this affordable, weekend getaway trip!
Join Local First Arizona and Broxton Coffee for an evening networking opportunity with fellow independent businesses and local leaders on Tuesday, July 17th from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
The Executive Director of Local First Arizona Foundation will be attending to discuss the founding of LFA and LFAF, as well as the work she has performed and plans to continue in Cochise County.
We will be discussing our recent developments, upcoming projects, and the future of LFA in Cochise County. Please RSVP below or to Rachael Hudson at [email protected]
Learn how to use QuickBooks Online for all your business needs in just two days! We will teach you the software from beginning to end so that anyone, regardless of experience, learns all they need to know to successfully use the program.
Independents Week is Arizona's only week-long celebration of local businesses that lets you save money while shopping local. During June 30 - July 8, use your Golden Coupon to save 20% at hundreds of participating businesses in every imaginable industry all across Arizona!
If you weren't able to attend the Arizona Historical Convention in Tempe in April to hear this outstanding presentation by Christine Marin, PhD, then you are in luck! Come on over to the Bullion Plaza Cultural Center & Museum in Miami and learn about this extraordinary man.