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Mullum campaign says shop local and win

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The Shop Local campaign is about stimulating the local economy, bringing the community together, and building a supportive and sustainable Mullumbimby.

In an effort to keep dollars in town and to help reduce road miles travelled, the Shop Local campaign is again being run by the Mullumbimby Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Echo Publications.

This is a wonderful opportunity for the community to support local businesses and for local businesses to give back to the community.

This campaign is about stimulating the local economy, bringing the community together, and building a supportive and sustainable Mullumbimby. It also has plenty of prizes to give away with $2,000 in vouchers being given to local shoppers to spend at local participating stores.

The event also has plenty of prizes to give away with $2,000 in vouchers to local shoppers to spend at local participating stores.

Echo Publications are happy to support the campaign because they know how important it is to keep money local with a flow-on effect of the local business owners supporting the schools and other local businesses.

There’s a great sense of community in Mullum that would be great support by shopping locally.


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