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Your HBA: Reshaping the Holliston Business Association

by Press Release
March 7, 2018

Communities thrive when businesses and residents are connected and support one other. With its roots going back to the 1930s as the Holliston Civic Association, the Holliston Business Association has been driven by the following mission:

“The purpose of the Holliston Business Association (HBA) is to serve and support all Holliston businesses through the maintaining of a healthy and robust business environment and to give back to the community in which we all do business.”

Over the years, Holliston has grown and flourished, and the HBA has adapted to meet the needs of our community. With new challenges come new opportunities, and the HBA must once again evolve.

For 2018, the HBA is embarking on a strategic update to focus on three core values:

  1. To develop, support, and grow new and existing businesses within Holliston;
  2. To build stronger connections between our businesses and residents;
  3. To advocate for all businesses within Holliston.

By working together, we can help our community thrive. If you would like to help shape the future of the HBA, please share your thoughts in a quick survey:

In the meantime, please visit the HBA website (http://hollistonbusinessassociation.com/) for more information about upcoming events, meetings, news, and much more.

To learn more about the YourHBA initiative, please contact us: connect@hollistonbusinessassociation.com

 

 

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