July 10, 2012

Tampa Bay the Most Economically Distressed City

Posted in Clients and Needs, Giveaways/Challenges, statistics, Those that need help tagged , , , at 7:32 pm by Every Cent Counts

Out of the top 25 Metropolitan areas listed on the Consumer Distress Index, Tampa Bay was not only the most financially distressed, but it also was the only major metropolitan city in the bottom-rung category of “Emergency Crisis.” Detroit, the second-most-distressed city, just barely landed one category higher: “Distressed Unstable”.

This illustrates the tremendous need for change. The Consumer Distress Index is a quarterly measure that tracks shifts in the financial condition of the average American household. For so many living in the Tampa Bay area, this is more than a statistic. They are faced with daily decisions between needed medical care and providing food for their family. They have to choose between repairing their vehicle or providing their child with school supplies.

That’s one of the reasons why our program is so important. We provide a way to help those in the community that truly need the support. Just visit http://www.everycentcounts.org Remember any amount helps, and we will enter you to win a new netbook! We don’t have any entrants into the drawing thus far, and their is less than a week remaining. Your chances of winning are huge! It is a $95 Sylvania netbook, as seen on amazon.com http://www.amazon.com/SYNET7WID-7-Inch-Wireless-Mobile/dp/B003ZYUCDS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1341948596&sr=8-1&keywords=Sylvania+SYNET07526

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