Splashpark committee starts shop local coupon campaign

Local business will profit from the associated advertising and will entice customers to come into their establishment

Editor, The Times:

As many of you may already know there is an exciting new project underway in Clearwater.

The proposed Clearwater Memorial Splashpark would be a monument to the memory of loved ones that have been lost. This special tribute will also provide a delightfully fun water park for the children Clearwater, creating a place of joy and laughter for generations to come.

The Clearwater Memorial Splashpark committee has launched its fundraising campaign with a project that we are confident will not only aid our endeavours but will be advantageous to the local economy on the whole.

The wheels are in motion to create a ‘shop local’ incentive by way of a Clearwater Coupon Savings book.

Local business will profit from the associated advertising and will entice customers to come into their establishment, whilst local shoppers will be delighted to receive a special deal. Proceeds from the sales of these coupon books will be donated to the efforts of the Splashpark.

The Clearwater Coupon Savings book will be available in time for the Christmas shopping season and ought to make great stocking stuffers. It will provide great incentive for consumers to shop local for the holiday season as well as throughout the coming year.

Members of the Splashpark committee will begin contacting local businesses in the near future and we are optimistic that we will have a positive response to this project.

Businesses can participate by offering such promotions as percentage discounts, dollar discounts, buy one get one free, free upgrades, free smaller side item with purchase of larger item, etc.

Members of the Clearwater Splashpark Committee


Clearwater Rotary Club



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