“Local suppliers generate dramatically greater economic activity than their chain competitors.”*

* Rodriguez, H., & Houston, D. (2007). Procurement matters: The economic impact of local suppliers. Civic Economics.

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*Cunningham, M. & Houston, D. (2002, December).
Economic impact analysis: Local merchanges vs. chain retailers.
Civic Economics

Like you, we live, work and play in this community and want to see it grow and thrive. So why not work together to make that happen?

For every $100 spent, at least $45 remains in our community. Compare that with only $13 retained in the community when you purchase from a big box store and you’ll quickly see the benefits of buying local.* With this 64 percent greater impact per dollar, that means more money from your purchases go toward local:

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