Fredonia remains in top spot in Revolution voting

OBSERVER Photo Officials from Chautauqua County, the Chamber of Commerce, village of Fredonia and town of Pomfret surround Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul to promote the #myfredonia effort that aims to put the community as the top vote getter in the "Small Business Revolution" contest for $500,000.

We’re still No. 1 — but it’s far from over.

On Saturday night, the Small Business Revolution announced Fredonia in the top voting spot in the contest for $500,000 that would go to a revitalization effort for the community. Voting ends on Tuesday evening.

“While Fredonia remains in top position in the Small Business Revolution this race is getting closer and we need to finish strong Western New York,” stated Todd Tranum, President/CEO of the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce. “Continue to vote at www.votemyfredonia.com. This is far from over as we are up against much larger towns than Fredonia. There are three more full days to vote. Voting ends this Tuesday at 11 p.m. Continue to vote at www.votemyfredonia.com every day on every device!”

On Tuesday morning the village learned they were in the Top Five. The announcement kicked off a week long voting process. Individuals can vote every day through Tuesday night. The community is encouraged to vote every day on every device they can access by going to www.smallbusinessrevolution.com.

Small Business Revolution is a production of Deluxe®. Deluxe has been a proud champion of small business since 1915. The company celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2015, creating the Small Business Revolution as a way to celebrate the small businesses that drive our economy and bring our communities together, and create a movement of support.


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