Princeton Chamber rolls out phase two of Think Local

Phase two of the Think Local Campaign rolled out on Saturday, March 15.

Spencer Coyne, employee of The Source is shown with a few of the specials that the Source put on for Think Local Saturday. The Think Local initiative that began in February, was developed for Princeton by Coyne who is the marketing and economic development chair for the Princeton and District Chamber of Commerce. Think Local Saturday is phase two of the Think Local initiative and on the third Saturday of each month the chamber encourages the people of Princeton to Think Local when eating out, shopping and looking for entertainment.

Phase two of the Think Local Campaign presented by the Princeton and District Chamber of Commerce rolled out on Saturday, March 15.

On the third Saturday of each month the chamber encourages residents to Think Local when eating out, shopping and looking for entertainment.

On the other hand, the chamber encourages businesses and restaurants to display the Think Local poster and if possible, to offer residents a special or two during Think Local Saturday.

If you have any questions or concerns about the Think Local campaign, please call the chamber at 250-295-3103.

As well as developing this campaign for Princeton, Spencer Coyne has been busy designing the website for the Princeton and District Chamber of Commerce.  princetonchamber.ca

Visit the new site to learn more about the Chamber of Commerce, member benefits and the Think Local Campaign.

Coyne is currently working on the business directory and the tourism information section is coming soon as well.

 

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