Enlightened Commerce 

In the East Bay, shopping isn’t just about buying stuff; it’s also about supporting the local economy.

No longer do you have to travel twenty minutes east or west for your shopping needs. Now, you can satisfy your consumer desires at a mom-and-pop in your neighborhood, and chances are it's stocked with items made by your neighbors. Yes, "local"…

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