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The town of Christiansburg in Virginia has recently launched a program to support small businesses in the area. Astleigh Hill, owner of the Chandlerie in downtown Christiansburg, expressed her excitement about the program, noting the challenges and joys of starting and growing a business from the ground up.

She believes that the launch program will be beneficial to anyone looking to start a business in the town. Hill emphasizes the importance of small businesses in a community, referring to downtown as the heartbeat of a community. The 10-week program allows participants to pitch their business ideas for the chance to receive up to $5,000 in grants.

Amanda Hebert, small business solutions manager for the Town of Christiansburg, highlights the potential impact of the grant amount on individuals in the area. Participants are required to be Christiansburg residents with a business idea that they are willing to share and vet out in a safe environment. Hill appreciates the support for small businesses in the town and sees it as a promising sign for both business owners and residents of Christiansburg.

The program requires a $200 deposit, which is refunded once the participant completes the program and makes their business pitch. Overall,

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