TAMPA (November 21, 2017) The Carrollwood Area Business Association (CABA) has launched its Business to Community (B2C) initiative with the introduction of a “connector page,” to encourage Tampa Bay to “shop local” and “shop small” at www.shop-tampa-bay.com.
Comprised of over 400 small to medium-sized businesses with over 600 business representatives, CABA is one of the largest business associations in Greater Tampa Bay.
“We created www.shop-tampa-bay.com as a mechanism to help Tampa Bay “shop local” all year long, and we are officially launching our “connector page” on Small Business Saturday,” said CABA President Diane Stoddart, LTC Financial Solutions.
The new page links directly from www.shop-tampa-bay.com to the interactive CABA business directory located at www.usecaba.com, where each of the 400+ CABA members is listed by their business category.
“CABA is an association ranging from chiropractors to realtors to locksmiths to restaurants and everything in between, said Director of the CABA Business Directory and Technology, Robert Ahern, Ahern Insurance.
He added that among the many benefits offered to members of CABA, their listings in the online business directory helps them move their marketing efforts from inside CABA (B2B) and out to the Greater Tampa Bay Community (B2C).
With weekly networking events throughout the year, and a toolkit of member benefits to help CABA members grow their businesses, www.shop-tampa-bay.com provides a mechanism to connect CABA member businesses to the community who they encourage to “shop small” on Small Business Saturday!