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What is it?

Come take part in SyracuseFirst’s Annual Buy Local Bash! Going into its 9th year, the Buy Local Bash brings community members and local merchants together for a one-of-a-kind social, shopping and tasting event to highlight the locally owned, independent businesses of Central New York.


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Details

Date

November 19th

Time

5–9 p.m.

Tickets

Coming soon

Location

F-Shed @ the CNY Regional MKT
2100 Park St.
Syracuse, NY 13208
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Be a sponsor!

Could your organization use hundreds of thousands of new impressions? Our customizable sponsorship options provide tremendous visibility across multiple media platforms. Learn more


  • AmeriCU

    Presenting Sponsor


  • KMase Productions

    Local Music Sponsor

  • The Lab Creative

    Local Agency Sponsor


  • The Marrone Law Firm

    Sustainable Sponsor

  • Syracha'Cuse Gourmet Sauces
    Website

  • Thousand Islands Winery
    Website

  • Byrne Hollow Farm – The Best Milks!
    Website

  • The Lab Creative is a Syracuse-born creative design and development outfitter. We design websites and build brand identities...
    Website

Buy Local Bash Ticket Logo
November 19, 2018 / Admits 1
Your ticket gets you:
  • Enough local, independent, and homegrown businesses to make your head spin,
  • Food and beverage samples from vendors,
  • Giveaways and prizes,
  • All Star cast of Local musicians provided by KMase Productions
$15 each or $25 for 2

November 19, 2018 5–9pm
F-Shed @ the CNY Regional MKT
2100 Park St., Syracuse, NY 13208

SyracuseFirst Centerstate CEO

SyracuseFirst is a program of CenterState CEO, an independent and forward-thinking economic development strategist, business leadership organization and chamber of commerce, dedicated to the success of its members and the prosperity of the region. SyracuseFirst helps independent local businesses and entrepreneurs thrive by facilitating collaboration and connections; focusing on buy local initiatives and awareness; and helping those businesses capture a larger market share for growth, ultimately contributing to a stronger local economy.