Trusted Referrals: BAPA Launches Expanded Trades Listings 

Trusted Referrals: BAPA Launches Expanded Trades Listings 

Check for the BAPA Verified logo 

Long before Google or Angie’s List or the Moms of Beverly, BAPA was connecting neighborhood residents with businesses they can trust to do good work for a good value. What began decades ago as a simple file listing the business information on index cards, the expanded, updated and easier-to-use online BAPA Trades Referral List is being relaunched this month at www.bapa.org. 

Neighbors can be confident in the information they are accessing online or via phone through BAPA’s staffLook for the new BAPA Verified logo that indicates the company is a BAPA business member and has supplied letters of recommendation from local customers.  

Beverly/Morgan Park residents contact BAPA every day for referrals to businesses they can trust. Now, brining customers and businesses together will be even easier. Businesses interested in signing on to the BAPA referral list can contact BAPA Business Liaison Brittany Wiley, bwiley@bapa.org  

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