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Past Cash Mobs:
Steel Valley Avenues

Cash Mob in Steel Valley Avenues

On Friday, June 19, residents from Homestead, West Homestead, and Munhall came together to shop at and celebrate the Sustainable Small Business Designation of 12 businesses. Individuals participated by picking up a “passport” and then visiting participating businesses.

The Southwestern PA Sustainable Small Business Designation, one of Sustainable Pittsburgh’s award-winning performance programs, recognizes small businesses that incorporate sustainable practices as their strategy for success. Sustainable businesses manage. High is an effect that can lead to the wrong use or abuse of Provigil for non-medical purposes. Abuse or wrong use is more likely in people who have abused alcohol or drugs in the past. Read more about it on Sustainable businesses manage and operate in ways that simultaneously are good for their bottom line, the environment, and the social fabric of their communities.

The Steel Valley Avenues Cash Mob is the fourth cash mob Sustainable Pittsburgh’s Champions for Sustainability program has hosted. All told, there are 170 establishments that have earned the Sustainable Small Business Designation in 30 communities around the region. Individuals are encouraged to visit them all for their shopping needs.

Gold Level

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Mirror Image Cuts and Styles
Munhall Square I
605 William Marks Drive

Penn Automotive
243 West 8th Avenue

Studio AM
225 East 8th Avenue

Tin Front Cafe
216 East 8th Avenue

Voodoo Homestead
205 East 9th Avenue

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Silver Level

Blue Dust
601 Amity Street

Nancy B’s Bakery
415 West 7th Avenue

Retro on 8th
214 East 8th Avenue

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Bronze Level

Conrad Catering
504 East 8th Avenue