New ROOST videos tout Tupper Lake’s business environment

From left, Adirondack Store co-owners Stephen Dori Shin and Christopher English, Birch Boys founder Garrett Kopp and Adirondack Store Tupper Lake manager Josh Mclean announce the two businesses’ collaborative venture in the Ginsburg building at the Snowball in December 2018. (Enterprise photo — Aaron Cerbone)

TUPPER LAKE — The Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism released two new videos about the Tupper Lake business community this week, featuring interviews with the owners of some of the town’s most recently opened businesses meant to encourage new businesses to set up shop here.

One video focuses on the quality of life business owners in Tupper Lake have, and the other is about the business community.

Tupper Lake has seen a resurgence of business openings along Park Street and downtown, including a number of businesses that have been opened by newcomers to the community. Additionally, some long-time local establishments have been revamped and updated.

The videos were produced by Paul Frederick Productions and ROOST under a grant from the state Department of State. They are the first in a series of 10 videos.

“We are thrilled with the new economic development videos,” village Mayor Paul Maroun said in a ROOST press release. “Our business owners share in their own words what they love about living and working in the Adirondacks, and their passion will undoubtedly encourage more people to set up shop in Tupper Lake.”

“Tupper Lake is a growing, bustling place, and the economic development videos do an excellent job of showing that it’s a great place to open a business,” town Supervisor Patti Littlefield said in the release. “We love our local businesses, our businesses love the people, and the ROOST videos do a great job of conveying that.”

The videos can be seen at www.tupperlake.com/economic-development.


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