Get Rewarded For Shopping Local. Shop Local Bonus is Back!
By: Josh Cross, CEO & President of the Atascadero Chamber of Commerce
Our Shop Local Bonus program is back! Here at the Chamber, we wanted to start the new year with a big program supporting Atascadero businesses and rewarding shoppers. There’s no better way to accomplish that than with our Shop Local Bonus program! Starting February 1, you can start earning $20 gift cards for every $100 you spend at qualified Atascadero businesses. This program goes until March 31. It’s just another great reason to support local!
Here’s how you can get started – start saving your receipts to every retail, restaurant, and personal service business you shop at in Atascadero (excluding receipts from grocery stores and gas stations). Your receipts from February 1 to March 31 can be cumulative to equal $100. However, taxes, delivery fees, and shipping costs are not eligible toward your purchase total for the gift cards.
Then redeem your receipts by either bringing them into the Chamber or submitting photos of them online at our website, AtascaderoChamber.org/shop-local-bonus/. You’ll be able to choose your free $20 gift card to local participating businesses in OUR community. You can view the businesses available for gift cards on our website at the above link. It’s important to note, gift cards to participating businesses may run out! So, we encourage all shoppers to get their receipts turned in quickly for their gift cards. You can earn up to two free gift cards!
We have a fantastic business community that has been incredibly supportive of the Chamber and the folks in our community! Local businesses hire local workers, support local families, donate to local youth programs, and support local nonprofits. Now’s our chance to give back and support them. As the Chamber, our goal is to lead the way in creating initiatives and programs that support local businesses and entrepreneurs. We hope you’ll join us in supporting and shopping locally!
-Josh Cross, Atascadero Chamber CEO
President & CEO of the Atascadero Chamber | Josh Cross