Because eclipses are cool and Richmond is too, here are some things local businesses are doing to celebrate.
Back in 1928, James River Transportation began with the Story family and their mission to being Virginia’s single transportation solution. With a single bus, they were able to help bridge gaps in the community by providing transit for commuters from rural Virginia into downtown Richmond. This opened up new opportunities for employment and connected shoppers with the bustling city shops.
We’re excited to share Think. Shop. Buy. Local’s fresh and modern look.
November 18 / Local Stories
When you choose to shop locally, you're making an investment into your community, you're supporting your friends and neighbors, and you're finding a truly unique gift. We'd say, that's the kind of gift that keeps on giving.
November 18 / Local Gifts
We're Loyal to Local because our local businesses are a "reel" treasure.
Talk about a long-standing local business, the Byrd Theatre opened during the roaring 20's (picture Great Gatsby time) and has had a standing-ovation ever since.
September 15 / Loyal to Local
We're Loyal to Local because our local businesses are meaningful.
Ashley Hawkins has created Studio Two Three, a shared space where local artists can come together to make [art] work. In the studio, they can build their careers, collaborate, craft artwork, contribute to RVA's creative culture, and build the economy.
August 18 / Loyal to Local
Did you know that over 90% of the vendors at the Richmond Jazz Festival are local businesses?
The Richmond Jazz Festival is the premier musical event on the east coast, featuring some of the most talented and iconic artists of the time.
August 11 / Local Experience
We’re loyal to local because our local businesses are passionate.
Masters of blending traditional and modern, these barbers are dedicated to their trade, their neighborhood, other RVA business owners, their customers—and let’s not forget their beloved “office dog,” Dolores. (Be sure to catch a funny moment at 01:57)
July 20 / Loyal to Local
Who doesn’t like to celebrate St. Paddy’s Day?!
Whether its with a cold pint or a hearty meal, your local spots are ready to help you celebrate in full Irish–style. Check out some of the festive local events going on today:
March 17 / Local Experience
Our local businesses are what make Richmond, well, Richmond. They give our community character, create vibrancy and bring us unique experiences.
February 03 / Community Support
New things are coming!
We're excited to share new local stories of passion, commitment, and community from our very own Richmond entrepreneurs.
February 17 / Local Experience
It's Richmond, so the panic has ensued. And since the Bread Riot of 1863, bread, milk, and eggs have been the staples needed to get through a snow storm.
Times have changed, so we're saying out with the old and in with the new! Here are our top three things you need to get/do before Friday at 1pm... I mean 2pm... I mean 8am?? Forget it.
January 07 / Local Experience
"We form relationships with them..."
When you spend your dollars locally, you're investing in the growing community.
November 19 / Local Experience
"We're working to create a better environment..."
Not only do Josh & Cody work locally, they're working to make the community a better place.
November 19 / Why Local
"Well, local is a number of things..."
Richmond Locals, Bob and Dougie Scudder, know that local has a neighborhood feeling, that when they shop locally they...
September 15 / Why Local
"It's relationships like this, with Puritan Cleaners, that make Richmond a better place to work, live, and play..."
Local business, Puritan Cleaners, teamed up with local baseball team, Richmond Flying Squirrels, to give back to the community in an unexpected way ...
September 15 / Community Support
Local stores give back to the community.
"He took that money and donated it to another Local art organization, art 180, and I thought that was fantastic, kinda paying it forward." Lynn Zinder has been a customer of Saxon Shoes for over 40 years, you'll never believe what the owner was able to do to help the community.
November 03 / Community Support
"She really went above and beyond."
"It's so important to shop local. I get such great service."
As an image consultant, Joanne brought in a Mother-of-the-Bride to find the perfect dress, their experience wasn't what they expected.
September 15 / Local Experience
"You're going to get unique attention when you shop in a locally owned store..."
Local store, Cynthia Steele, provided Richmond local, Susan and her sister an experience they'll never forget.
September 15 / Local Experience