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You often hear on ebrandon, in the media, etc "support local" There is a local utility company in town that provides internet and TV that pushes the fact that it's locally owned and operated as a marketing tactic. (I get internet from this provider and I'm happy with the service but if I wasn't I would switch to the provider that isn't locally owned/opperated) Here's my question. Let's say I work for a large national based company. The head office is in Toronto but the company locally employs 150 staff. Those staff/employees all live in Brandon. They pay taxes to the city of Brandon, their income is spent in Brandon. They support the local economy in Brandon. Do you think locally owned and opperated is that important when considering where you spend your money if a larger national based company is providing employment to a large number of people in our community who contribute to our local economy. I'd be interested to hear people's thought
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