Reminding your friends to buy in Ballard

On Facebook? We’ve set up a “Buy in Ballard” group to help remind your Ballard friends to spend money in the neighborhood. The holidays may be over, but it’s still very important that all of us make an extra effort to support our local businesses. Because it’s not going to get easier anytime soon.

Earlier: A few Ballard businesses closing their doors

Geeky Swedes

The founders of My Ballard

One thought to “Reminding your friends to buy in Ballard”

  1. I've seen the “Buy in Ballard” posters around town, but can't seem to find one online. If someone knows where there is an online version, please post a link.

    It seems that only a few local Ballard businesses have signed up to use the Puget Sound Community Change card (, which was created specifically to enable local people to support local businesses. I'll include a short blurb below (and no, I am not affiliated in any way with Puget Sound CC or the Interra Project):

    Puget Sound Community Change is designed to encourage loyalty to locally-focused, sustainably-minded businesses, and to support local non-profits and schools in the process.

    The program helps communities align citizens' values with their everyday purchases, harnessing purchasing power as a tool for achieving a sustainable future. When you shop at participating neighborhood businesses, you facilitate a shift of dollars to the common good through Community Rebates defined as cash rewards for consumers, and donations to not-for-profits and schools.

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