The City of Enderby has launched a Shop Local campaign.

Enderby officials want residents to shop local

Campaign launched to bolster the economy in the community

Shopping locally just got a bit more attractive for Enderby residents.

The City of Enderby’s revitalization committee has launched a Shop Local campaign.

“Choosing to shop local is something that is critical to strengthening our business community and local economy,” said Mayor Howie Cyr.

“It keeps dollars circulating within the community and it supports local employment.”

Those who choose to shop in Enderby can be entered into a monthly draw to win a $25 gift certificate to an Enderby business.

Participants just need to post a picture on to the Our Enderby Facebook page which showcases a product that was purchased in Enderby or Area F, along with the name of the local business where the product was purchased.

“We have a ton of amazing businesses here in Enderby that support our community and employ our neighbours,” said Coun. Tundra Baird, revitalization committee chairperson.

“Hopefully this project can bring some awareness to that while providing an incentive for residents to do as much of their shopping within the community as possible.”


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