Waterford Business – Do Your #BITT to support Waterford’s Tidy Towns 2020 bid

Waterford Tidy Towns, Waterford Chamber of Commerce and Waterford City and County Council are joining forces to encourage all Waterford City Centre businesses to be part of an exciting collaboration to invest in the presentation of the City Centre to support Waterford City’s bid for Tidy Towns 2020.

#BITT (Businesses Invested in Tidy Towns) will be launched at 5pm on Friday 6th September as part of the Waterford Harvest Festival in Arundel Square. The Charter Scroll, unveiled at the launch, will showcase how the majority of City Centre businesses have agreed to come on board. #BITT is a unique initiative and is an example of collaboration between Waterford Chamber, Waterford Council, Tidy Towns and the businesses which have committed to:

  • Working with the community to bring about improvements in the City Centre environment
  • Foster civic pride
  • Support Waterford City’s bid for Tidy Towns.

Please support the bid by doing your #BITT and signing up to the Tidy Towns Charter. Each committed business will be listed on the Master Charter on permanent display in the magnificent Port of Waterford building on George’s Street where the Waterford Chamber offices are located. Each subscribing business will also receive an individual scroll for display on site. Michael Garland of Waterford City Tidy Towns Bid team said “It is vital. It is important.

No, it is essential, that ALL businesses get behind the Tidy Towns bid. The launch of #BITT, Businesses Invested in Tidy Towns, along with the Tidy Towns Charter Scroll are one way of supporting this collective effort to win a Tidy Towns crown. Yes, it is a huge task, but by working together we can achieve so much. Support the #BITT!”

The outcome for individual businesses, Waterford Chamber and Waterford City and County Council will be an improved presentation of our City Centre and an increased opportunity to compete in the Tidy Towns 2020 bid.

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