Shop Local is a Chamber initiative encouraging consumers to shop local and support the Pulaski County business community.  There are countless ways businesses can get involved in Somerset-Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce’s Shop Local program.

The number one priority of this campaign is to change local consumer attitudes about how shopping locally can stimulate economic activity, assist in entrepreneurship development, create jobs, generate tax dollars for streets, police and fire protection and generate dollars for nonprofits from Little League to United Way.

The goal of this program is 100% participation on Chamber retailers in the Buy Local Program.

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Buying local puts your hard-earned dollars to work right here in your community.

check Keep Recycling Your Dollar

By choosing to re-circulate your dollars in the Somerset-Pulaski County, you play an important role in keeping our regional economy strong, creating jobs and providing vital tax revenue that supports things like road repair, police and fire protection.

check Keep Our Community Strong

When local businesses flourish, they can continue their support of important community projects and charitable organizations.

check Keep Our Economy Strong

For every one dollar spent locally you can have a positive impact of $3.00.  If we all do that it will have a measurable effect on helping our local economy recover from the recent recession.

check Keep Your Neighbors Working

The Somerset-Pulaski County is a robust region, with thousands of companies open for business and eager to assist you—large and small, franchises and locally-owned, you’re bound to find what you’re looking for.

check Buy Local is a mindset.

You do have a choice and you can make a difference.

Are you ready to Buy Local?
It’s simple to participate.
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