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Posted on: November 8, 2022

Choose Roseville Helps Showcase 35 Local Small Businesses

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The Choose Roseville campaign has worked hard to enhance the relationship between the City of Roseville and the small business community. Choose Roseville has visited over 187 businesses offering help with social media, video, marketing and other support.

“I can tell that it meant a lot to businesses that we were stopping by and offering to help,” says Roseville EDA Intern Ruben Dominguez. 

Click here to watch the video about the Choose Roseville campaign.Choose Roseville recently helped the Roseville Economic Development Authority win the 2022 St. Paul Area Chamber Leaders in Local Government Award for Business Retention and Expansion. So far, 35 businesses have received in-depth support, including 17 that are minority-owned. More than 12 services are offered to each small business ranging from newsletter promotion to digital advertising garnering over 739,000 ad impressions on Google.

“Business owners were so appreciative of the support we were providing. Even if they didn’t want our help right now, they were so thankful to be asked,” says Choose Roseville Social Media Coach Daija Williams.

The campaign helps with 12 key services:

  • Social media strategy
  • Flyer creation
  • Photography and graphic design
  • Custom video development
  • Success story content writing
  • Newsletter promotion
  • Social media management
  • Job posting
  • Public relations support
  • Social media advertising
  • Promotional content and sales material
  • Google My Business profile management

Learn more about the Choose Roseville campaign and watch the videos at GrowRoseville.com

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