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外围体育投注Right now, I believe there's 3 breweries in Airdrie, and a small handful of solid non-chain restaurants. I think with a few more breweries & restaurants, Airdrie could be a solid lunch/dinner hotspot for Calgarians, and day trip spot for some Albertans. There's already been a few newer spots that have popped up (The Mash & 948 Brewing come to mind), but it would be nice to see a bit of a post-COVID boom. I understand Airdrie doesn't have a ton of extra capital for investments, but we could be creating some incentives, whether that be via tax incentives or credits for craft brewing & distilling and non-chain restaurants. I think this could especially be focused on in the post-construction downtown area, which aside from Paros & the Montreal sandwich place, doesn't have a ton of worthwhile unique spots to eat/drink. And without some kind of incentives or credits, entrepreneurs may opt for opening in Calgary, or even Cochrane instead. With an increase on good local/unique food & drinks, people will make the drive to Airdrie. The more options, the more people will come here and spend their money in our city. Unique is the key.
Again, it's just a crude idea right now. Realistically, there would have to be a study on the rate of return on credits vs. incoming $, looking at other comparable cities that have done the same (maybe red deer), looking at the budget in the next 5 years etc. But if we were able to assist new entrepreneurs entering Airdrie (and our current entrepreneurs expand/improve), and get 2-3 new restaurants & a brewery downtown, and maybe another few restaurants and breweries/distilleries around other parts of the city, it would create enough buzz to bring people here. Whether that be Calgarians, or people stopping on the way to Calgary/US, or Banff/BC etc. That'll also cause them to spend more $ getting gas here, shopping, golfing, doing corporate workshops/meetings, and possibly even attract more festivals. It also gives the people of Airdrie more options on going out!