Chamber now offering ‘Love Paso Coupon Book’
The Paso Robles Chamber announced this week that they will now be offering visitors and local residents the, “Love Paso Fine Merchant Coupon Book.”
Priced at $15, with coupons valued at approximately $1,150, the coupon book was created to help, “stimulate business for Chamber members during the slower business months of the year,” according to Paso Robles Chamber of Commerce Communication Manager Julie Matthews.
The Love Paso Coupon Book features special offers from local restaurants, shops, tasting rooms, hotels, and special “indulgence” services, including spas and wine tours. For visitors, the “Love Paso Fine Merchant Coupon Book” offers a way to enjoy what Paso has to offer. For residents, the coupon book makes it easier to “shop local” and get great deals while shopping, or enjoying dining or wine tasting. Buying local helps to keep money circulating in the community, and helps to keep the community of Paso Robles thriving. The “Love Paso Fine Merchant Coupon Book” is a useful tool for locals and visitors alike.
The “Love Paso Coupon Book” supports chamber programs that help their members grow their business and help the local economy become stronger and more vital.
The chamber is also offering the “Love Paso Fine Merchant Coupon Book” to non-profits as a fund-raising tool. Any non-profit interested in selling the coupon book, should contact Marcie DeLine at email@example.com or at (805) 238-0506.
The Paso Robles Chamber of Commerce is an association of businesses and individuals organized to promote the “economic vitality of the greater Paso Robles business community, while preserving its civic and historical well being, in order to provide a better place to live, work and visit,” according to their mission statement. The coupon book is just one of the many ways that the chamber helps to connect local business owners with potential customers.
The “Love Paso Fine Merchant Coupon Book” is available at the Paso Robles Visitor Center, which is located at 1225 Park Street, in downtown Paso Robles.