Sustainable communities thrive on local support.
Think community first, and buy locally.
Say “Yes” to creating thriving small businesses and buy locally.
The Shop Smart. Buy Local. Shop Pottstown Initiative is open to all employees of the Pottstown School District.
The Shop Smart. Buy Local. Shop Pottstown Dates are Wednesday, 5/1 to Thursday, 5/31
Map of downtown merchants, list of names, addresses & hours is included so you have everything at your fingertips to shop & buy local!
Each merchant will place a sticker on your receipt for every purchase made for the initiative – be sure to ask for this!
Save stickered receipts and drop them into the jar located in your school’s office.
Each week, we will tally the total dollar value of the receipts and there will be a graph in the office so you can track your progress and check out how you’re doing against the competition!
During the month of May the five Pottstown elementary schools will be competing against one another, and the Pottstown High School, Middle School and Administration will be competing against each other to win:
The first school to spend $250 wins their staff a Buy Local insulated Lunch Bag!
Students of winning schools – no uniforms for the entire last week of school, uniforms can be replaced by school appropriate attire of choice for the entire week!!
Teachers/faculty of winning school – the option to wear school appropriate jeans or shorts and sneakers for the entire last week of school!!
Shop Smart. Buy Local. Shop Pottstown!
Pottstown School District May 2012
For further information contact:
Your Buy Local Committee:
Amy Francis 484-256-7678
Mary-Beth Lydon 215-528-2753
PDIDA Office: Sheila Dugan
Take the WBZH Pledge
go to: www.wbzh.net
Because I want to help my local community thrive and become vibrant, I pledge to:
Think local first when seeking out a business to meet my shopping needs for goods or services.
whenever I can suggest local shopping or dining alternatives to family and friends.
Purchase local produce and other foods from local vendors whenever possible.
I make this pledge because I understand that buying locally allows more of my hard earned dollars to circulate in my community. As a result, locally owned businesses in my community can survive and grow, which in turn can attract new residents and industry helping make the entire Tri-County area a vibrant and affordable place to live, work and play!