Pivot Concierge Health Wins “Favorite Small Business” in Shop Local All the Way Initiative
Pivot Concierge Health is the most recent winner in the “Shop Local All the Way” campaign, a grassroots marketing initiative launched by Big Frog Custom T-Shirts & More in October 2021 to support small businesses and work together to help rebuild local economies.
Laura Anderson, Nurse Practitioner at Pivot Concierge Health, was a featured guest on Big Frog’s “Shop Local All the Way” Interview, streaming live on Big Frog’s social media platforms. The winner also received a $100 voucher to help with business branding, on top of marketing support through a brand spotlight on Big Frog’s social media channels. Pivot Concierge Health won in a random drawing after having been nominated as a local business worthy of recognition and homegrown support.
SUPPORTING SMALL BUSINESSES
“The pandemic was challenging for many small businesses but we are lucky to have an amazing community behind us,” said AJ Obando, owner of Big Frog Custom T-Shirts & More in Omaha. “By launching the Shop Local campaign, we are paying it forward. Now, our community gets a chance to nominate their favorite small businesses for a chance to win amazing prizes, like Direct-to-Garment Printing (DTG Printing) to help brand their business.”
To nominate a small business, visit BIGFROG.COM/SHOP-LOCAL. One winner from each participating Big Frog location nationwide will be chosen at random each month until the Shop Local All the Way initiative concludes in April 2022.
“As a brand, we look forward to showcasing many deserving businesses like Pivot Concierge Health to help promote their own brand and share their own success stories,” said Tina Bacon-DeFrece, Big Frog Franchise Group President and CEO. “In addition to Big Frog of Omaha, we are really pleased that nearly three dozen of our shops nationwide are participating in this initiative that focuses on local retailers and shops.”
Big Frog of Omaha is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and closed on Saturdays and Sundays.Back