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Frederick Douglass Food Market for Low Income Families
To Be Opened By Thomas Lopez-Pierre
Once elected Democratic District Leader, Thomas Lopez-Pierre plans to open the Frederick Douglass Food Market as a Costco membership-type discount food market with prices that are 50% off the local supermarket.
Thomas Lopez-Pierre will use the power of the hundreds of thousands of dollars in annual household food expenditures by the residents of Frederick Douglass Public Houses (a public housing development with 3,500 Democratic voters) to leverage better prices than the local supermarket.
The Frederick Douglass Food Market will be open only to low income families living from 96th Street to 110th Street on the Westside of Upper Manhattan at a location 3 blocks away from Frederick Douglass Houses.
Members will pay an annual membership fee of $100 (Frederick Douglass Food Market will also offer tenants free delivery).
Frederick Douglass Food Market will sell No Alcohol Beverages and No Tobacco products but will sell milk, bread, cheese, eggs, fresh fruit and vegetable and health and beauty care, over-the-counter pharmaceuticals, household, kitchen and cleaning products, and general merchandise.
Frederick Douglass Food Market’s business strategy is simple: offer a limited but popular range of merchandise (utilize market loss leaders like milk to drive foot traffic); accept cash and food stamps and offer its low income members a revolving monthly line of credit, high inventory turnover and strong sales volume will allow Frederick Douglass Food Market to maximize its profits while providing lower prices with better service than its competitors, the local supermarket.
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Re: Thomas Lopez-Pierre for Democratic District Leader (Part A)
May 24, 2013
I am running for Democratic District Leader in Part A of the 69th Assembly District (Upper Westside/Manhattan Valley).
Yes, I live in Part A of the 69th Assembly District.
The selection of Douglass Grant in the name of the club recognizes the large voting block of over 10,000 Black and Hispanic Democratic Party voters living in the 69th Assembly District between two NYC public housing developments that are yearning for political leadership.
Frederick Douglass Houses is located at West 100th Street/Columbus Avenue and General Ulysses S. Grant Houses is located at West 125th Street/Amsterdam Avenue.
My opponent is a highly respected White guy (smile) in his 60’s who represents a new district that has a very large number of Black and Hispanic voters.
For instance, within Part A of the 69th Assembly District, Frederick Douglass Houses, a public housing development has over 3,500 Democratic Party voters (the largest block of voters in the Part A of the 69th Assembly District).
My opponent for Democratic District Leader has NOT had a challenge in over 15 years - the time has come for new leadership that represents the community.
I thank you all for your support.
All the best,
Thomas Lopez-Pierre 646-370-6914
NOTE: Douglass Grant Democratic Club does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation or disability.
Thomas Lopez-Pierre Attends Jewish Events
Thomas Lopez-Pierre wearing a Yarmulke at a Synagogue in Harlem
In a continuing effort to outreach to the Jewish community and urge them to join his campaign to help stop Jewish landlords from pushing out low income Black and Hispanic families from their apartments in Upper Manhattan in order to rent to higher income tenants, Thomas Lopez-Pierre on December 16, 2012 attended a celebration of Hanukkah at the Old Broadway Synagogue off 125th Street in Harlem.
Thomas Lopez-Pierre thanks Paul Radensky, President of the Old Broadway Synagogue and its members for their kind welcome.
Thomas Lopez-Pierre at the Israel Day Parade
In a continuing effort to outreach to the Jewish community and urge them to join his campaign to help stop Jewish landlords from pushing out low income Black and Hispanic families from their apartments in Upper Manhattan in order to rent to higher income tenants, Thomas Lopez-Pierre on Juner 2, 2013 attended the Israel Day Parade with a number of his Jewish friends.
Thomas Lopez-Pierre looks forward to more opportunities to dialogue and break bread with the Jewish community.
If a free society cannot help the many who are poor, it cannot save the few who are rich(President John F. Kennedy).
Puerto Rican Flag
Thomas and his twin brother were born to a Black mother (Haitian) and Hispanic father (Puerto Rican and Dominican); out of wedlock and addicted to drugs in 1968. Thomas never saw his mother again after she abandon them at the hospital (spent 15 years in foster care and group homes).
Thomas will NEVER forget where he came from or sell out low income families.