Boston, MA (April 23, 2021) – Mayoral Candidate and City Councilor At-Large Michelle Wu toured East Boston businesses today, meeting with small business owners and workers to hear from them about the pressing issues facing local businesses in and around Maverick Square. On her listening tour, she heard from business leaders about their difficulties during the pandemic, recovery plans and needs from Boston’s next Mayoral Administration. She was intentional about visiting restaurants and other small businesses that directly serve the community, and have been impacted by the pandemic.
Las Americas Travel
Dirty Water Dough Co.
Illusions Hair Salon
“I loved meeting with small business owners and workers in and around Maverick Square. The revitalization of our communities after an incredibly difficult year starts with our neighborhood businesses which bring people together and jumpstart our economy. We as a City need to do everything in our power to listen, respond to the problems they face and help them continue to serve as anchors of our neighborhoods,” said Michelle Wu.
Michelle Wu had previously opened a small local tea shop when she was serving as caregiver to her mother and legal guardian to her sisters. Part of what inspired her to run for office was the bureaucracy and red tape she faced in trying to get her small business off the ground.
To learn more about Michelle Wu and her campaign, visit http://michelleforboston.com or connect with her on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
Submitted by Wu Campaign 4/25/2021