Town of Hempstead Supervisor Don Clavin and Councilman Anthony D’Esposito paid tribute to women-owned businesses as part of an initiative to spotlight outstanding women during Women’s History Month. March is Women’s History Month and highlights the contributions of women to events in history and society.
“I was thrilled to recognize, along with Councilman D’Esposito, women business owners in his district for their significant contributions to local commerce,” said Supervisor Clavin. “Supporting downtown businesses are vital to the success of our local economy, especially these past two years with the pandemic, and I encourage all residents to shop local and shop women-owned businesses this month in support of women and their contributions to our society.”
“Here in America’s largest township, small business ownership is the backbone of our local communities,” added Councilman D’Esposito. “These women business owners demonstrate leadership coupled with a passion for their business and a love for their community. I am proud to highlight their accomplishments especially during Women’s History Month.
Supervisor Clavin and Councilman D’Esposito visited a variety of women-owned businesses within his district including:
- Dance Workshop, 16 Atlantic Avenue, 2nd Floor, Lynbrook
- Phoenix Chiropractic Wellness, 301 Hempstead Avenue, Malverne
- The H Academy, 3161 Royal Avenue, Oceanside
- Colour Bar Hair, 93A N Park Avenue, Rockville Centre
- Get Dunn Up, 455 Atlantic Avenue, East Rockaway
- SoBol Hewlett, 1309 Broadway, Hewlett
- Dr. Denise Cohen, Pediatric Dentist, 1049 Broadway, Woodmere
“Please join me in paying tribute to these incredible women-owned businesses, by visiting your local downtowns and supporting their businesses,” concluded D’Esposito.
For more information on Councilman D’Esposito’s tour, please visit his Facebook page at www.facebook.com/anthonydesposito and his Twitter account at @ANTHONYDESPO.