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Thank You to Our 2012 Sponsors

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As 2012 comes to a close, we wanted to take a moment to thank all of the businesses and non-profit organizations who sponsored The Lo-Down this year, either online or in our new print magazine.  Whether they came on board as annual sponsors or placed an ad for a single month, they helped put The Lo-Down on a path toward long-term sustainability on the Lower East Side.

Abrons Arts Center
Altagracia Unisex Salon
American Apparel
Broome Lampshades
City Council member Margaret Chin
Chinatown Restaurant Week
Chinatown YMCA
Community Education Council, District 1
Comprehensive Kids Development School
*Cowboy Pizza
Dr. Shu Ping Rong/Dental
Dr. Steven Kamel/Dental
East Broadway Pizza
East Side Home Improvement
*Educational Alliance
El Maguey Y La Tuna
Erin Rodriguez/Fenwick Keats Real Estate
Espy Display
*Fine Fare
*Fontana’s Bar
Frank’s Bike Shop
Friends of Gulick Park
Grand Street Construction
James Richards Design/Architect
Jonathan Medows CPA
Juicy Lucy Juice Bar
*Halstead Property
Henry Street Settlement
Hester Street Fair
*LES Business Improvement District
Lower East Side Montessori
Lumber Liquidators
Malt & Mold
*M&M Environmental
Morris Faitelewicz
M. Schames & Sons Paint
Museum at Eldridge Street
New Amsterdam Market
*New Museum
Nom Wah Tea Parlor
One Fine Stay
*Pushcart Coffee
*Renaissance Economic Development Corp.
Saxelby Cheesemongers
Seward Park Liquors
Stanton Street Yoga
Steven Lazarus/Mortgage Banker
Ted Glass Design
Unique Hair & Nail Salon, 202 Clinton Street
University Settlement
*Village Zendo
Zarin Fabrics

If you’re interested in learning about becoming a TLD sponsor in 2013, send us an email at ads@thelodownny.com.

*annual sponsor


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