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Hartselle Enquirer

‘Vote Yes’ to open headquarters

“Vote Yes” supporters will have a grand opening for their new headquarters Wed., Sep.t. 5, (today). | Special to the Enquirer

“Hartselle Citizens for Economic Development will have a grand opening of the “Vote Yes” Campaign Headquarters today, Sept. 5 at 511 Highway 31, NY, Hartselle.

The office will be open Monday through Saturday 11 a.m. until 7 p.m., through Tues., Nov. 6, election day.

The “Vote Yes” Campaign Headquarters will allow concerned citizens a place to get the positive facts and general information about the substantial amount of tax revenue and other benefits that alcohol sales can yield. Our committee is called because we realize the positive economic impact that alcohol sales will have on Hartselle. In addition to sales and licensing generating revenue for the city and creating jobs, the city will have an enhanced appeal to developers and expanded ability to recruit new businesses and industries.

Supporters are inviting everyone to visit their campaign headquarters on today and any weekday or Saturday, until Nov. 6. For more information about this important issue, call us at 256-566-3826, email support@growhartselle.com, or log on to www.growhartselle.com.

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