Endicott “Gull Card” program gives local economy quarter million dollarsMay 20th, 2010 | Posted by in Uncategorized
Beverly, MA – In its second year of operation, Endicott College students continue to support local dining establishments at a significant rate to help boost the local economy. Students spent over $250,000 in local restaurants by using the “Gull Card” identification program. According to the most recent press release on Endicott College.
The Boston area based college has been stimulating the economy during the recent economic downturn, allowing some stability in an otherwise turbulent economic environment.
“We are thrilled at the success of this new venture. Our students are infusing a great deal of money into the local economy and local establishments. It is a winning proposition for everyone.”
Was the quote that explained what exactly the Gull Card program is doing. Students are helping the local businesses generate jobs, and the students are receiving a great deal on meals. It’s a complete win-win for everyone!.
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