TLF

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AcronymDefinition
TLFThe Lost Frontier (game)
TLFTokyo Leather Fair (trade show; Tokyo, Japan)
TLFTemporary Lodging Facility
TLFTanklöschfahrzeug (German: fire department)
TLFTwo Left Feet
TLFTrue Love Forever
TLFThoracolumbar Fascia
TLFToute la Formation (French vocational training company)
TLFTandy Leather Factory (Fort Worth, TX)
TLFTransaction Log File
TLFThe Last Fantasy
TLFTeaching and Learning Forum
TLFThe Lens Flare (Art and Photography website)
TLFThe Learning Federation (Melbourne, Australia)
TLFThe Last Frontier (Alaska)
TLFTechnology Leadership Forum (various locations)
TLFThin Liquid Film (Linux application)
TLFTheo Lacy Facility (Orange County Jail)
TLFThe Library Foundation (Philippines)
TLFTables, Listings and Figures
TLFTransport et Logistique de France (French: Transport and Logistics of France)
TLFTransitional Living Facility
TLFTurkish Living Forum
TLFTexas Linguistic Forum
TLFTiming Library Format
TLFTransient Lodging Facility
TLFTotal Life Forever (Foals album)
TLFTelecentre Leaders' Forum (workshop)
TLFTurkey Liberation Front (gaming)
TLFTaiwan Labor Front
TLFThe Lacrosse Forums
TLFThink Local First (various locations)
TLFThe Love Foundation, Inc. (Tampa, FL)
TLFTrain Like a Freak
TLFTexas Law Fellowships (Austin, TX)
TLFTrunk Line Frame
TLFTap Legacy Foundation, Inc. (New York, NY; est. 2002)
TLFTulsa Life Flight (Oklahoma)
TLFThe Lovely Flagpoles (band)
TLFTest Logic Flow
TLFTake Life Further (UK newspaper)
TLFTime Limit Fuse
TLFTransformer-Limited Fault (current)
TLFTransformers Liberation Front (gaming forum; Netherlands)
TLFThe Lucky Freaks (punk band, polite version)
TLFTremendously Low Frequency (less than 3Hz)
TLFThat Lunatic Feline
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Wood said she and d'Vine Wine and Gifts owner Roberta Sullivan are part of a "Think Local First" committee for the Palatine Area Chamber of Commerce meant to remind residents of the value of trying to keep their consumer spending in the village.
Businesses in Warwick town centre have joined forces to urge shoppers to think local first and continue to shop in their town.
The retailer is also a founding and funding member of the Think Local First campaign, an advocacy organization that has succeeded in raising awareness of the economic benefits returned by locally owned businesses.
Santa Cruz is a proud member of "Think Local First," a new organization of local merchants and community organizations focusing on keeping the economy local, vibrant and sustainable to counterbalance globalization and corporate influence.
A desire for economic freedom, human creativity, (and the oddities that make this home) requires local businesses and people to THINK LOCAL FIRST!
"Think Local First" campaign organized by the Latino Economic Development Corp.
If we appreciate the economic benefits or the personal benefits of living in a distinctive community, we would all do well to "think local first."
A three-year-old campaign to encourage people in Washington state to "Think Local First" is having a dramatic effect on spending behavior, according to a survey.
Funds raised through the event will benefit Sustainable Connections' programs and Think Local First campaign.
However, Whatcom County has had a better success rate of businesses surviving their early years for several reasons: We boast a higher percentage of locally owned businesses, there are good technical assistance services for small businesses, and our community supports locally owned businesses" There are nearly 700 businesses participating in the Think Local, Buy Local, Be Local program and 89 percent of them say they generally think local first for their own purchasing.
This initiative is an outgrowth of the Think Local First campaign, and is supported by the Palatine Area Chamber of Commerce and the Downtown Palatine Business Association.