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KCEDC paying you to shop local

The Kewaunee County Economic Development Corporation could end up paying you $180 in gift certificates at the end of the holiday season, all for buying local. The KCEDC has brought back its 920 Pledge for the second year in a row. Through December 31st, the organization encourages you to spend at least $20 at nine different Kewaunee County businesses. Participants who complete the challenge could win at least some of their money back in gift certificates from the Algoma Area Chamber of Commerce, Kewaunee Area Chamber of Commerce, and Luxemburg Area Chamber of Commerce. KCEDC Executive Director Ben Nelson says its inaugural year was a success.

Nelson says the hope is that the 920 Pledge is not just for the holiday tradition but a year-round practice. You can download your pledge form by clicking this link.

 

Picture courtesy of the Kewaunee County Economic Development Corporation

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