Robert Herjavec's Small Business Revolution on Main Street Series with Amanda Brinkman #SmallBusinessRevolution

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I recently attended a special event, with Robert Herjavec and Amanda Brinkman, to learn more about the new online series Small Business Revolution on Main Street.


Note: I was invited as media to this event. Any personal views expressed are always 100% my own.

Small Business Revolution on Main Street, is a new show premiered by Robert Herjavec with Amanda Brinkman of Deluxe Corporation, that is chronicling the compelling story of one small town - Wabash, Indiana - and its small businesses overcoming the crippling challenges facing many Main Streets across America.

“Working with these small businesses in Wabash was inspiring, and it goes to show what can be accomplished when entrepreneurs and town leaders band together with a common goal of supporting their Main Street business community,” Herjavec said. “As people watch this new web series, they will see so many lessons and themes that are applicable to small towns across the country.

Did you know that small businesses have a strong affect on our economy? Small-town diners, local dry cleaners and corner hardware stores serve more than 60 million Americans living in communities outside of major metropolitan areas.


The eight-episode “Small Business Revolution on Main Street” series chronicles the inspirational small businesses in Wabash, Indiana.

“We have been so inspired by the passionate business owners and residents of Wabash, and we know that viewers will fall in love with their unique stories as well,” said Brinkman. “After seeing the Small Business Revolution’s impact on this community, we encourage everyone to nominate their favorite small town to receive its own revitalization and be the subject of next year’s series.”

It illustrates how Deluxe marketing experts – led by Chief Brand and Communications Officer Amanda Brinkman, and joined by dynamic entrepreneur and Shark Tank star Robert Herjavec – bring a $500,000 revitalization to local businesses and entrepreneurs, from a pastor who opened a tattoo parlor, to the daughter of migrant workers who showcases local artwork in her shop, to a bar owner looking to leverage his cooking skills in a new kitchen.

Flow Nonfiction out of Austin, Texas directed and filmed the series for Deluxe. And now, the public is invited to nominate which town they believe should win the Small Business Revolution’s next $500,000 revitalization.

You can vote and watch the episodes now streaming at www.SmallBusinessRevolution.org

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