Public Joycott

Mainebiz reports on a joycott—the opposite of a boycott—taking place at the Public Market House next month.

The joycott works by encouraging locals to patronize a single business on a single day, and in return, the business pledges to reinvest a percentage of that day’s profits into environmental upgrades. After approaching several markets, Sullivan says the Public Market pledged the highest amount—51%.

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