Did you join us at Chester’s Red Brick Cafe in March? If so, you know how much fun it was, how delicious the food was, and what a great success it was for this small business, owned and run by Pamela & Darren Dickerson. We ended the day with about 150 hearty meals consumed and about $3,000 spent for this worthy cause.

Priority: DelCo Thrive,” did very well on our first outing—maybe you saw us on the evening news! And we’re not stopping there. 

Join us in Aston this month, on Saturday, April 17th, 11AM-2PM, when we support another great local restaurant, the Tattooed Pig, and sample Chef Floyd and Chef Angie’s delicious fare. 

It’s Tex-Mex With Soul!

Just a reminder of what “Priority: DelCo Thrive” is can be answered with these 4-questions:

What if consumers of Delaware County put Delaware County businesses first? 

What if large numbers of citizens from all across Delaware County came together once a month—once a week—and injected their shopping dollars at Delaware County small businesses that are struggling during these difficult times? 

What if hundreds of Delaware County consumers traveled locally into various Delco townships, boroughs, and cities to demonstrate the power of putting “DelCo Businesses First?” 

What if Delaware County consumers created a movement to make sure our county businesses run by county families came first?

Sign up and order HERE.

p.s. If you’ve never had food from Tattooed Pig, don’t admit it out loud. The food is soooo good. It’s located in the strip mall directly behind Boston Chicken (formerly Pizza Hut) on Market St in Aston (Rt 452 & Dutton Mill Rd)

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