Do most other business owners you know feel like real competitors with their business neighbors? When I first heard about Townsquared I thought, "Hmm, I wonder how people will be able to trust each other and not make it about competition." And sharing tips and recommendations is an easy way of building trust, based on what it looks like here. But anyway, I would love to continue getting more involved with other businesses but don't exactly know what that looks like, and how often businesses see themselves in competition -- often many businesses are competing, of course, but my question is whether people see that as the only relationship they have to their neighbors. Take that where you will, very curious for your thoughts!
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