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While tough & gritty like nearby Philly, this tight-knit and welcoming Main Street is a melting pot on the verge of a major comeback.
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Bristol Borough, Pennsylvania, situated on the Delaware River, was founded in 1681, one of the oldest communities in the state. The town of roughly 10,000 people is in the heart of Bucks County, just outside of Philadelphia. Once a prospering mill town, the main street was once booming, with full shops and employment. Yet when the mills closed, jobs left and so did the people. The town started turning into a shell of what it once was.
The big employers may not be coming back to Bristol Borough, but the community is slowly coming back to life, with new store owners and a sense of vitality that bodes well for the future.
Amanda Brinkman, chief brand and communications officer at Deluxe and her team, along with celebrity entrepreneur Robert Herjavec and a host of business experts, roll up their sleeves to help enhance the needs of this community. The opening episode provides a glimpse into this diverse community, town leaders and the process of choosing the six small businesses. Watch and learn more about Bristol Borough and get to know the small businesses and leaders that make it special.