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COVID-19 UPDATE: HHA Remains Open for Business

March 23, 2020

Dear Tenants,
Like you, we are trying to make sense of these challenging circumstances.

You may have seen Governor Carney’s latest Executive Order directing all non-essential businesses to close in response to the COVID-19 virus.

Rest assured, that while Harvey, Hanna & Associates (HHA) intends to conform to all State mandates and CDC guidelines, our business mission is determined to be essential. The entire HHA office staff is working remotely and seamlessly.

Our field property management team is working around the clock and will remain on-call for property-specific emergency situations.
HHA will continue to deliver exceptional real estate and property management services, while protecting all stakeholders, including our employees and tenants. As always, we remain available to all our customers, vendors and suppliers, via phone, email and video conference.

As COVID – 19 continues to spread, our thoughts go out to all who are directly and indirectly affected by the virus. In addition to the real estate and property management services our company provides daily, we will continue to communicate with all tenants and do everything in our power to continue to support our community through this challenging period.

The Management Team at Harvey, Hanna & Associates, Inc.

Important Contact Information

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To Learn more on Governor Carney’s latest modifications to the State of Emergency Declaration:

• Full list of essential and non-essential businesses, click here
Click here for answers to frequently asked questions. 

Delaware Business Roundtable Analysis: Delaware’s Permitting Process Makes State Less Competitive, Inhibits Economic Development

December 12, 2019

Fast Track Approvals, Streamlined Communication, and Greater Transparency and Predictability Needed to Strengthen State’s Business Environment

Wilmington, Delaware (December 10, 2020) – A new independent analysis of Delaware’s permitting process finds that other states in the region, including Maryland and Pennsylvania, are able to achieve substantially faster permit approvals for businesses wishing to locate or expand in the state. As a result, Delaware is missing significant economic development opportunities in the competition for jobs, talent and investment.

The analysis, conducted by professional services firm KPMG, concludes that Delaware has an opportunity to be more competitive if its permitting processes were strengthened through streamlined communication between state agencies, greater transparency and cost predictability, and a fast-track approval program for high-priority projects, among other recommendations.

“Coupled with low taxes, a prime location and a high-quality workforce, a more favorable permitting environment would make it significantly more likely that Delaware would be more competitive as we work to grow, retain and attract businesses to our state. These recommendations should serve as a roadmap for policymakers to develop a more predictable permitting process and a more competitive Delaware.”

Rod Ward, Chairman, Delaware Business Roundtable and co-chair of the Delaware Prosperity Partnership.

The analysis was commissioned by the Ready In 6 Coalition, comprised of Delaware Business Roundtable, Delaware State Chamber, Kent Economic Partnership, Greater Kent Committee, Sussex County Economic Development Action Team, ACEC Delaware, the Committee of 100, the Central Delaware Chamber, the New Castle County Chamber, Delaware Contractors Association, the Delaware Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors, and the Home Builders Association of Delaware.

The analysis finds, “With significant competition between states for jobs, talent and investment, an efficient permit process is critical to demonstrate a favorable business climate and provide a predictable outcome for businesses seeking to locate or expand in Delaware. Because prospective businesses target locations which can achieve permitting in as few as six months, those states with longer permit timeframes experience reduced interest and missed economic development opportunities.”

Delaware’s permitting process can stretch up to 24 months, placing the state at a distinct economic development disadvantage when it comes to attracting and growing businesses. “In the region, Delaware’s competitors, Maryland and Pennsylvania, are able to achieve substantially faster permit approvals. As a result, Delaware is missing significant economic development opportunities,” the analysis concludes.

The Roundtable and its partners have launched a “Ready in 6” initiative, designed to cut the permitting timeline from 24 months to six months to make Delaware more competitive with other states.

The report recommends state and county leaders improve in three key areas to streamline the permitting process in Delaware: Enhance communication, increase efficiency and reduce paperwork, and track and use data more effectively.

Enhanced Communication

  • • Create a state project concierge to help streamline communication among state agencies. This office would coordinate efforts among agencies to identify opportunities to improve the process and performance of the permitting process.
  • • Create a permitting action committee to assist with the implementation of permit improvements, made up of key state and county stakeholders.
  • • Evaluate the integration of statewide information technology solutions to better integrate the permitting process between agencies and allow visibility to counties, improving communication among government agencies, counties and cities.
  • • Implement permit-focused economic development training for state and county permit stakeholders. This is designed to educate stakeholders on processes and to help them work together seamlessly.

Increase Efficiency and Reduce Paperwork

  • • Create a prioritization program for significant economic development projects to fast track approvals.
  • • Streamline and strengthen the Department of Transportation’s review process to ensure all departments review and provide comments on construction plans during the initial review cycle, providing investors with predictability on issues and costs for proposed projects.
  • Implement Transportation Improvement Districts (TIDs) in areas experiencing or targeted for significant development to provide investors with greater visibility into the process and cost predictability. The state should expand on existing TIDs and expedite permit review and approval in these districts.
  • • Implement an initiative to pre-package approvals for targeted investment sites, reducing the permitting timeline as issues are known and solved prior to investors making project decisions.

Track and Use Data

  • • State and county agencies should generate data that measures permit process timelines, allowing regulators to develop key performance indicators once historical data is available. Data currently is inconsistently collected by state and county agencies. By collecting and publishing metrics, it would drive increased transparency and accountability among permitting agencies.
  • • Delaware needs to capture more and better economic development data to better understand new, missed and lost opportunities. Historical data needs to be generated to better understand out the state’s permitting process is impacting economic development.

“Taken together, these recommendations will provide efficiency, clarity, transparency and predictability to the permitting process in Delaware – all of which are crucial to helping the state attract and grow businesses,” Ward said. “We look forward to working with state and county officials to make these ideas a reality as quickly as possible.”

About the Delaware Business Roundtable
The Delaware Business Roundtable is a non-partisan, volunteer consortium of CEOs whose companies collectively employ over 75,000 people in Delaware. Since its inception in 1981, the Roundtable’s broad mission is to enhance the quality of life in Delaware by promoting commerce, job creation and select public policy issues. In recent years, the Roundtable has been a leading supporter of public education transformation and entrepreneurs in Delaware.

Press Release Contact: Tony Jewell,, 609-576-3800

Additional Articles:
Delaware Business Times – Ready in 6 report recommends ways to drive faster permit approvals Delaware – Delaware Biz Roundtable analysis: Slow permit approvals hinder economic development

Boxwood Community Update – November 2019 Edition

November 14, 2019

As we continue to pursue the redevelopment of the former GM plant on Boxwood Road in Wilmington, we are excited to welcome a co-developer, Dermody Properties, to the project. We chose Dermody not only due to its long record as one of the most reputable and accomplished industrial developers in the country, but because they represent a partner who shares both our values and our vision for a modern business and distribution campus that can serve as a new economic engine for northern Delaware. We expect their expertise will not only allow us to accelerate the timeline toward the campus’ completion, but also ensure it will be fully capable of attracting successful companies that can bring quality, lasting jobs for our community.

For full press release, click here.

Philadelphia Inquirer Article

The Boxwood Project Update – June 2018 Edition

June 18, 2018

Last week, Harvey Hanna & Associates had the pleasure of convening with residents, officials, and other members of the Wilmington-area community to discuss our current and future plans for the former General Motors plant on Boxwood Road.

Along with representatives of the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, our engineering firm Apex Engineering, and a number of area elected officials, we heard plenty of positive feedback from residents excited about our plans to create a modern business and distribution campus at the plant property. We also heard several quality-of-life concerns about the changes that would accompany its transformation.

As a local firm with deep ties to New Castle County, we remain committed to maintaining an open dialogue with residents throughout this process, and will schedule future meetings every 4 to 6 months to ensure the highest degree of transparency and public input. While a new business campus will not generate the same level of activity than the GM plant at its peak, it will have far-reaching implications across Wilmington and the rest of the region. By continuing to work together, we can help create thousands of new jobs, and a better, more prosperous future for our community.

The Boxwood Project Update – May 2018 Edition

May 21, 2018

Please Note: Site plan shown here is for illustrative purposes only and may not be relied up as final. The recently submitted exploratory plan will be displayed at the Community Briefing- which also shows a much more accurate parking rationale. This is for illustrative purposes only.The exploratory plan is posted directly under Active Plans on New Castle County’s Land Use Department Website, within “District 1”

As you may have recently learned, Harvey Hanna & Associates has filed exploratory plans for the dormant former General Motors plant site on Boxwood Road in Wilmington. The plans call for the demolition of the existing plant buildings, in order to make way for a modern distribution campus that we believe is more suited for today’s economy.

As a local firm, we know first-hand the long hours many residents spent working at the plant and the significance it holds in the community. So while it is with mixed emotions that we ultimately decided on demolishing the old structure, a new facility would allow us to better compete for the kind of logistics, distribution and other businesses built to thrive in the 21st century, and bring thousands of critical jobs back to New Castle County.The plan is currently being evaluated by the county and other government agencies, but the early feedback we have received from both officials and residents, including many former plant workers, has been very positive.

As we have stated throughout, we remain committed to keeping an open dialogue with the community as we explore the best possible use for this property. With that in mind, we would like to extend an invitation for all to join us on June 12th at 7pm for a public meeting at Five Points Memorial Hall (209 South Maryland Avenue, Wilmington, DE 19804) to discuss our plans, the plant’s future and what it means for the future of our community and greater Delaware. Attendees can expect to hear from Harvey Hanna, our engineering firm Apex Engineering, and a representative from the state Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control.

We hope to see all of you there!

In the News:
Delaware Online Article 4-16-2018
Harvey Hanna_Exploratory Plan Release_FINAL

HHA Welcomes American Driver Training Academy to Delaware River Industrial Park

HHA Welcomes American Driver Training Academy to Delaware River Industrial Park

March 23, 2017


Harvey, Hanna & Associates, Inc. (HHA) is pleased to welcome American Training Driver Academy to the Delaware River Industrial Park in New Castle.

American Driver Training Academy recently celebrated the opening of their new facility by hosting an open house and ribbon cutting celebration on Friday, February 24th with the New Castle County Chamber of Commerce. Local businesses, clients and vendors attended the event which also featured truck demonstrations, door prizes, giveaways, food and refreshments.

“We are excited to welcome American Driver Training Academy to the Delaware River Industrial Park. Their business concept is an ideal fit with its immediate proximity to the Port of Wilmington, Delaware Memorial Bridge and access to the full interstate interchanges of I-95, I-295 and I-495,”said Thomas J. Hanna, COO / managing director, HHA.

American Driver Training Academy recently opened the new training facility by leasing 4,685 sf of office and 1.5 acres of training space at 618 Lambson Lane located at the Delaware River Industrial Park (DRIP) managed by HHA in New Castle, Delaware.

American Driver Training Academy is one of the premier truck driving academies in the region, specializing in CDL-A license truck driving training for drivers in Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Maryland. From their experienced trainers to their modern truck fleet and state-of-the-art training center, American Driver Training Academy has a 97% graduate employment rate and offers lifetime job placement opportunities. American Driver Training Academy has placed jobs for graduates with over 100 companies nationwide. Key clients include Homeland Security and the Transportation Safety Administration. American Driver Training Academy also serves as the only on-site certification facility for the TWIC® (Transportation Worker Identification Credential) Card in Delaware on behalf of the Transportation Security Administration. To learn more about American Driver Training Academy, visit:

Harvey Hanna Commercial Real Estate DeawareAbout Harvey, Hanna & Associates- Established in 1997, HHA is a full service Commercial Real Estate Redevelopment Company featuring 3,000,000 square feet of prime location commercial, retail, and industrial real estate in Delaware.

HHA Congratulates 2016 Broker of the Year Dan Rattay

February 21, 2017

Dan Rattay - 2016 Broker of the Year
Dan Rattay

Harvey Hanna & Associates is pleased to announce that Dan Rattay , a Senior Associate at CBRE, has been selected as its ‘2016 Broker of the Year’. Rattay, a four time winner of the award, demonstrates a mastery of his position and a keen understanding of his clients’ needs.

Rattay specializes in sales and lease of industrial and office properties and was instrumental in bringing Hermann Total Distribution Services (TDS), to a major Delaware distribution hub. Hermann Total Distribution Services, a 4th generation family-owned business is leasing 125,000 square feet of warehouse, office and distribution space at HHA’s premier 21st Century business campus in New Castle, the Twin Spans Business Park.

In recognition of Mr. Rattay’s accomplishments, a donation of $3000 in the name of CB Richard Ellis will benefit the Delaware KIDS Fund, a non-profit organization founded by Thomas J. Hanna, VP of HHA in 2008. Delaware KIDS Fund is an acronym for ‘Kids in Distressed Situations’ that helps at-risk children in Delaware who may face violence, abuse, family financial troubles, or other distressing situations.

Mr. Rattay’s accomplishments extended into the Newport Industrial Park as well, helping HHA secure New Genzyme Inc. (31,000 sq ft) at the newly created 500 Water Street complex.  New Genzyme is an innovative manufacturer of soy-based food grade products and intermediates using proprietary technologies.


“Dan’s accomplishments are a significant part of our success, and further demonstrate his many attributes of grit, determination, innovation, and a commitment to excellence,” stated Thomas J. Hanna, HHA vice president and chief operating officer. Our firm was fortunate to have leased almost 600,000 square feet of space in 2016, and Dan played a significant role in our success”.


About Harvey, Hanna & Associates- Established in 1997, HHA is a full service Commercial Real Estate Redevelopment Company featuring 3,000,000 square feet of prime location commercial, retail, and industrial real estate in Delaware.

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Delaware KIDS Fund Annual Appeal

Support Delaware KIDS in Need this Holiday Season

December 13, 2016

Delaware KIDS Fund Annual Appeal 2016

The Delaware KIDS Fund and Harvey, Hanna & Associates Family invites you to help fight childhood hunger in Delaware. Half of Delaware’s food insecure population is children. We believe that every child needs food security and adequate nutrition in order to flourish and live up to his or her potential. Your gift will have an amazing impact on the front-line battle against hunger.

Established in November 2008 by Thomas J. Hanna, The Delaware KIDS Fund an acronym for ‘Kids in Distressed Situations’. It is geared around assisting Delaware area kids that are at risk or in need for whatever reason. Delaware KIDS Fund is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing goods and services such as; clothing, food, shelter, scholarships, educational grants, counseling and mentoring.

Sadly, one in five kids in Delaware is struggling to get a consistent meal. Taking care of our next generation is paramount to providing our community with safer streets, brighter futures and a better functioning society. It all begins at the family table.

Looking to add meaning and value to your holiday season?

Delaware KIDS Fund Annual Appeal 2016Please consider giving the gift of food security by making a tax-deductible gift to the Delaware KIDS Fund. Your gift will have an amazing impact as the demand at Delaware food banks continues to mount with demand exceeding supply!

In Delaware, over 122 thousand adults and children do not have sufficient food – each day, every day – half of whom are children at risk.

Over the last eight years, the fund has disbursed over $84,000 to worthy organizations and crisis needs in Delaware. Organizations such as ‘The Bridge of Hope Food Bank’ in Wilmington, ‘Student Backpack Program’ of NCCC, ‘Cape Henlopen Food Bank’, ‘Our Lady of Grace Orphanage’ in Newark, ‘The Delaware Food Bank’, ‘Limestone Presbyterian Church’, ‘Family Promise’ of northern NCC and the ‘Sunday Breakfast Mission’, to name a few. Founding partner Harvey, Hanna & Associates has donated over $1 Million dollars to Delaware causes since 1997.

On Behalf of the entire Harvey, Hanna & Associates team, we thank you for your kindness and generosity in this season of giving.

Please Make Checks Payable to: The Delaware KIDS Fund

The Delaware KIDS Fund
405 East Marsh Lane, Suite 1
Newport, DE 19804

Or donate online @

Every $10 you give will provide 20 meals to a child in need.

Your gift of $40 will feed a family of 4 with 3 meals per day for one week.
Your gift of $160 will feed a family of 4 with 3 meals per day for a month.

For more information, please visit or contact us at (302) 323-9300 ext. 17 or

Harvey Hanna & Associates Presented ‘Community Service’ and ‘Spirit of Business’ Awards

Harvey Hanna & Associates Presented ‘Community Service’ and ‘Spirit of Business’ Awards

July 14, 2016

Congratulations to Harvey Hanna & Associates!


Harvey Hanna and the DEKIDS Fund Receive 'Community Service Award'The HHA and The Delaware KIDS Fund team was extremely proud to be presented the ‘Community Service Award’ at the Delaware Business Times Family Owned Business Awards ceremony held on June 23, 2016. The Delaware KIDS fund, a nonprofit organization inspired by Thomas J. Hanna in 2008, seeks to provide goods, services and funds to distressed and at-risk children throughout the state of Delaware.

The program is designed to provide essential services to local kids in need by offering financial support for essential needs, clothing, shelter, food, counseling and mentoring for abused, grief stricken or disease-afflicted children. One in five local children today in Delaware struggle to receive a consistent and nutritious meal. The Delaware KIDS Fund and HHA have consistently led a community-wide initiative.

The Harvey Hanna team is honored for the recognition of our commitment to the community and our mission to provide a better future for Delaware’s next generation.

“Children are 20 percent of our population and 100 percent of our future,” says Thomas J. Hanna. “It is essential that we support Delaware’s youth now, for a better tomorrow.”

A big thank you to all of those at the Delaware Business Times for this honor!

Harvey, Hanna & Associates was presented with the ‘Spirit in Business Award’ Additionally, Harvey, Hanna & Associates was presented with the ‘Spirit in Business Award’ on June 30, 2016 presented by the Newark Morning Rotary Club Courtyard Newark at the University of Delaware. HHA was recognized for the company’s consistent fight against childhood hunger in Delaware.

Thank you to Robin Broomall, Kevin Thomas , Mary Konwinski, Bill Sullivan and the rest of the amazing folks at this Rotary for the honor,  support and kind words.

We are very proud. It is essential to support the community we all live, work and play in together, today – for a better tomorrow.

Since 1998, HHA and Delaware KIDS Fund have contributed over $1 Million to youth-based causes and initiatives here in Delaware. Since 2009, The Delaware KIDS Fund has donated $76,000 to food security initiatives, thereby providing more than 225,000 meals to local families, children, schools, churches, youth centers and food pantries.

 Support your community and support our next generation

The Delaware KIDS Fund (Kids In Distressed Situations), a 501c(3) non-profit organization.


About Harvey, Hanna & Associates- Established in 1997, HHA is a full service Commercial Real Estate Redevelopment Company featuring 3,000,000 square feet of prime location commercial, retail, and industrial real estate in Delaware.

Register for the ‘How to Buy/Sell a Business’ Event Today!

Register for the ‘How to Buy/Sell a Business’ Event Today!

February 17, 2016

Americans are renowned for their entrepreneurial spirit and drive. That explains the plethora of family-owned businesses across this great country of ours. Family businesses make up 64% of the US gross domestic product and generate 62% of our employment.

Many of these businesses are multi-generational and often the dynamics can be a bit tricky. Getting everyone on the same page can difficult, as everyone has their own feelings about where a family business should be heading. Often, the question of whether to sell the business arises and making the right choice can be tough.

If you find yourself contemplating whether to buy or sell a family business, register today to hear about Thomas Harvey and Alan Levin’s experience with selling their family business. Listen to how the sales came about and their advice on how to make such a difficult decision. They’ll discuss things they wished they had done differently and things that you should consider before selling or buying a family-owned business.

Prior to establishing Harvey, Hanna & Associates in 1998, Mr. Harvey built, owned and managed multiple waste management companies over 25 years. Included in some of those companies were Harvey & Harvey, Inc., Home Waste, Inc., Harvey Mack/Volvo Sales & Service, and Confi-Shred, Inc. Mr. Levin’s family business, Happy Harry drugstores was bought by Walgreen’s in 2006. The chain had grown to 76 stores.

This event, ‘Experiences of Selling a Business: Insights from Alan Levin and Thom Harvey, will take place at the World Café Live at the Queen in Wilmington on Thursday, March 3rd from 7:30 to 10:30 am.  Register for this event online , call 302-831-0779 or Email: Send today!

Register for the ‘How to Buy/Sell a Business’ Event Today!

Want to Find out What’s Driving Real Estate in the Diamond State?

January 26, 2016


Find out about some real significant opportunities in entrepreneurial real estate at the Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) Delaware Developers’ Forum to be held Tuesday, February 2nd at University of Delaware Arsht Hall. You’ll get a feel for what is driving real estate this year as you hear about all the new and planned development trends and investment activity taking place in Delaware’s competitive market.

Keynote Speaker, Jeffrey C. Flynn, Wilmington’s Director of the Office of Economic Development  will reveal private and public real estate investment deals worth up to $650,000 that are in the works. This area’s real estate market has largely been consumer-driven by it eclectic makeup of financial and legal services, government/politics, pharmaceuticals, “eds and meds” and more.

Louis Capano, III a Principal in Capano Management, LC Construction and LC Homes will talk about several development projects that are underway, such as the luxury apartments in Claymont, Middletown and the Avenue of the Arts on Wilmington’s riverfront. He’ll also discuss what to expect at a few commercial sites, including the redevelopment of the Brandywine Country Club located off of Shipley Road in North Wilmington.

Want to find out what is developing at the Residences in Midtown Park and Rockford Falls at the former Bancroft Mills site? Michael Hare, Senior VP of Buccini/Pollin Group, a real estate acquisition, development and Management Company, will discuss his company’s plans.

Angela Tsionas-Matulas, Principal of Tsionas Management will talk on her family-run company’s plans to create a mixed-use redevelopment at 2000 Pennsylvania Avenue in Wilmington. Gregory Pettinaro, CEO of Pettinaro will discuss the company’s plans for the recently acquired Greenville retail sites; Powder Mill Square and Greenville Center, longtime home to many iconic institutions including Greenville Post Office, Janssen’s Market and Brew HaHa!

William E. Holloway, PWant to Find out What’s Driving Real Estate in the Diamond State?rincipal of Bernanrdon, an architectural, interior design and landscape architectural firm, will be the Delaware Developers’ Forum moderator. The ULI is a nonprofit research organization whose mission is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and creating sustainable communities.

The ULI Philadelphia has hundreds of members across the region, including satellites in Central Pennsylvania, Delaware, Lehigh Valley and Southern New Jersey. Thomas J. Hanna, Managing Director of Harvey, Hanna & Associates is on the advisory council of the Delaware branch of the ULI.

For more information, Click Here and to Download a Registration Form, Click Here.

About Harvey, Hanna & Associates- Established in 1997, HHA is a full service Commercial Real Estate Redevelopment Company featuring 3,000,000 square feet of prime location commercial, retail, and industrial real estate in Delaware.

Congratulations to Dan Rattay – HHA 2015 Broker of the Year!

January 20, 2016

Dan Rattay 2015 Broker of the Year

Harvey Hanna & Associates is pleased to announce that Dan Rattay , a Senior Associate at CBRE, has been selected as its ‘2015 Broker of the Year’. Rattay, a three time winner of the award, specializes in sales and lease of industrial and office properties and was instrumental in bringing CEVA Logistics to Delaware.

A donation of $3000 under Rattay’s name will benefit the Delaware KIDS Fund, a non-profit organization founded by Thomas J. Hanna, VP of HHA. Delaware KIDS Fund is an acronym for ‘Kids in Distressed Situations’ that helps at-risk children in Delaware who may face violence, abuse, family financial troubles, or other distressing situations.

Rattay negotiated the Twin Spans Business Park (TSBP) lease for CEVA Logistics, a worldwide company. CEVA Logistics is currently leasing 125,000 square feet of HHA owned warehouse, office and distribution space at 800 Ships Landing Way, located conveniently of I-95 in New Castle, Delaware. It is expected that this global company’s new location will bring more quality jobs to Delaware.

CEVA Logistics is one of the world’s leading non-asset based supply chain management companies that specializes in the design and implementation of industry-leading solutions for freight management and contract logistics. Click Here to find out more.

TSBP is considered by many to be the premier distribution campus in the mid-Atlantic region, featuring 1.85 million square feet of Class A commercial warehouse space spread across 135 acres of land along the Delaware River. Twin Spans further offers superior logistics throughout the mid-Atlantic region and points beyond, with immediate access to I-95, I-295, I-495 and the Delaware Memorial Bridge.

About Harvey, Hanna & Associates- Established in 1997, HHA is a full service Commercial Real Estate Redevelopment Company featuring 3,000,000 square feet of prime location commercial, retail, and industrial real estate in Delaware.

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Small Business Saturday in Delaware

Shop Small Business Saturday with the Chamber

November 24, 2015

The New Castle County Chamber of Commerce is helping to kick off the Holiday Season by supporting ‘Small Business Saturday’ on November 28th.

Shoppers around the nation have been awakening to the importance of showing support to local small businesses in their community. Small Business Saturday shopping promotions spotlight the value that local retailers and restaurants bring to the community.

The first Shop Small Business Saturday took place back in 2010 as an encouragement to people across American to support their local small businesses. The following year, the US Senate officially recognized the day and in 2012 Small Businesses owned the day as 73.9 million people went out to shop at small businesses. Last year showed a record 88 million spent 14.3 billion at small independent businesses. Not too shabby!

Limestone Premier Liquor LogoThe New Castle County Chamber of Commerce will promote 22 Small Businesses that have put together special offers for Small Business Saturday. One of those businesses, Premier Wine & Spirits will be offering $10 OFF any wine purchase of $50 or more, valid on 750 ml & 1.5 liter bottles.   Go to the NCCCC website for a full listing of the participating Chamber member’s special offers, which will be good for the next few weeks. So make that click and support your local businesses this holiday season!