BUY LOCAL DEALS
Using your value card
Don’t miss these great deals! Simply visit any of the businesses below and present your Buy Local Value Card for instant savings!
The Chamber's mission is to positively impact our community and members by facilitating tourism, economic and cultural development in Union County. One way we do this is through our Buy Local Program. The purpose of this program is to help promote our member businesses while making it easy for those who live, work and do business in and around Union County to support our local businesses.
The Buy Local Value Card
The Buy Local Value Card is a free discount card for you to add to your keychain. Show the keycard at participating businesses for great deals. On your keyring, it will always be with you. The more you use it, the more you save! Come by the Chamber and pick up your free Value Card!
Buy Local DealSpecial Savings of 10% to all Veterans & Active-Duty MilitaryOur store honors ALL VETERANS & ACTIVE-DUTY MILITARY with a 10% SAVINGS.. on all purchases throughout the year!
All furniture is locally hand-crafted & we strive to purchase made in USA home decor..stop in and add a piece of furniture or home decor like our popular Barnwood-Framed Appalachian Trail Map, local Lake Map, or Custom Wood-Carved Screen Door!!
This Buy Local Deal is promoted by Blairsville - Union County Chamber of Commerce.
The Buy Local program is a campaign of the Blairsville-Union County Chamber of Commerce and community partners. Our mission is to support local businesses in Blairsville-Union County, to maintain our unique community character, attract tourism, and build economic strength.
- For every $100 spent in locally-owned independent stores, $68 returns to the community through taxes, payroll and other expenditures. If you spend that in a national chain, $43 stays in the community. Spend it online and nothing comes home. (Source: Civic Economics report)
- If half the employed population spent $50 each month in locally owned independent businesses, it would generate more than $42.6 billion in revenue*. Imagine the impact if ¾ the employed population did that. (*U.S. Labor Department February 2009 report)