(1)Like the BID on Facebook or Follow us On Instagram ONLY OUR FOLLOWERS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR PRIZES
(2)VISIT PARTICIPATING BUSINESSES THEN FIND THE POSTER INSIDE THE BUSINESS
(3)Take your selfie or picture with the Poster with the Bayside Village BID Halloween Logo
(4)Post your picture on twitter or instagram with #BellBlvd and tag or name the business in the post
only posts with both will count towards your total
Winners and prizes
(1)Family Children and (1)Individual-
$100 In Bell Blvd Gift Certificates
Next best on (1)Facebook And (1)Instagram
$50 In Bell Blvd Gift CertiFicates
All Winners will be notified by social media
Family/Children Winner is for the Instagram/Facebook user with the most group pictures posted on either Facebook or Instagram
Individual Winner is tor the user with the most individual pictures posted on either Facebook or Instagram
Next Best on Facebook is the user on Facebook who posted the most picture who is not either category winner
The Bayside Village BID hosted its 7th Annual Meeting July 8, 2015 at Cinco De Mayo. The meeting highlighted the numerous accomplishments from the previous year and outlined the BID’s goals for the upcoming year year.
The City of New York launched Small Business First to reduce the burden of regulation on small businesses and cut government red tape to make it easier for New York City small businesses to start, operate, and thrive. In business, time is money, and that is why we are committed to reducing the time it takes to deal with the City in half – and ensuring that this commitment reaches every business, in every neighborhood, in every borough.
With support from more than 15 City agencies, the Department of Small Business Services and the Mayor’s Office of Operations developed Small Business First to make the city’s regulatory system one that supports small businesses. Over the coming weeks, months, and years, we will transform the regulatory environment and provide the solutions that business owners have long sought. Through 30 commitments, the initiative will:
The city’s more than 200,000 small businesses create local jobs, anchor our communities, strengthen our economy, and uplift our neighborhoods across the five boroughs. Through Small Business First, the City will continue to work harder and smarter for our small businesses.
To learn more about the Small Business First initiatives and see how they will help your business at nyc.gov/smallbizfirst.