Grapevine TX Local Restaurant Small Business Relief Support Fund Launched

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Businesses in Grapevine, TX can benefit from a newly launched support fund to help those most affected by the pandemic. A local HVAC company has donated $10,000 to help restaurants in the area.

A new business support fund designed to help businesses affected by the pandemic has been launched in Grapevine, TX. The fund, which highlights the plight of small locally owned businesses, is particularly useful for restaurant owners in need of advertising visibility. It received a significant boost when local HVAC and plumbing company billyGO donated a $10,000 cash grant.

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The new fund has been launched by the monthly Southlake Style magazine, which is the preferred advertising channel for many locally owned businesses in the Southlake-Grapevine-Colleyville area because of its community news features.

billyGO made a grant of $10,000 to the Southlake Style Cares Advertising Match Program in a bid to help local restaurants who are struggling due to the ongoing pandemic. That brought the total to $20,000 available, including the publisher’s match, with no out-of-pocket cost to participants.

Aside from supporting local businesses the fund was created to help companies with their new print or digital display advertising across the Southlake Style magazine, Dragon Pride, and online at the Southlake Style website.

Some of the locally owned restaurants eligible to access the funding provided by billyGO have been able to advertise in the magazine’s annual dining guide that is included in the food-themed September edition.

While the billyGO first-dollar grant for local restaurants has been distributed, the magazine’s ad match program has unallocated funds remaining for half-price advertising. Applications are open on a first-to-apply basis until October 13th or until the match has been met. Adverts will run from September until December to give businesses a chance to generate sales and revenues.

A spokesperson said: “The founder of billyGO Billy Stevens has lived and worked in this community for 35 years and one of the things that makes it so attractive is the abundance and variety of great restaurants owned and operated by local people.”

“They have been hit hard by this pandemic. We want to do what we can to help them get through this,” they added.

To find out more, interested parties are invited to visit the link provided. Alternatively, find out more about billyGO by clicking here