Top Ad ☰ Menu
Close

Events | Support Local Businesses During Independents Week

Posted on: July 1st, 2017 by Taryn Jeffries No Comments

July 1st marks the official start of Independents Week. The event is a weeklong celebration of local businesses that takes place from July 1st through July 9th. Not only does it highlight our exemplary local shops and eateries, it also is an occasion for consumers to save a little cash. It comes at the most opportune time, with so many stories circulating about beloved local restaurants closing.

Summertime is one of the toughest times of the year for local businesses and Independents Week is an incredible way to support these businesses, which include a wide array of industries.

Support Local Businesses During Independents WeekHow Does Independents Week Work?

All you need to do is to pick up a Golden Coupon at any Local First Arizona office, select locations around town or you can print it out at home or download one to your smartphone. Then check out the list of participating businesses to see who is accepting Golden Coupons. You’ll then be able to save 20% at any of the participating businesses.

Local First founder, Kimber Lanning stated, “Independence Day is a time for us to reflect on what makes our state and country great. Arizona’s independent business community is the backbone of our local economy and the driving force behind what makes us proud to call Arizona home. Up to four times more money stays in the local economy when consumers choose an independent business over a national chain. Independents Week is our way of drawing attention to the important role independent businesses play in our daily lives.”

Independents Week Golden CouponNeed a cheat sheet on who is participating? We’ve put together a list of the participating restaurants and food related business, but you can get the complete list on the Independents Week event site.

Edible Phoenix
Fluff It Marshmallows
Arizona Salsa & Spice Company
Smitholator Cookie Shop
Urban Cookies Bakeshop
Souvia Tea
Gwin Wine and Beer
Fluffy Vegans
Smooth Brew
Kettle Heroes
TEXAZ Grill
Chef Krystal Fitness
Southern Rail
Candyman’s Grill
Tammy Coe Cakes
Iconic Cocktail Co.
The Vig
Hidden Track Bottle Shop
Shug’s Coffee
Beckett’s Table
Queen Creek Olive Mill
Tearoyalty
Witnessing Nature in Food
Desert Rock Winery
Caketini
The Taste Workshop
Nonna Urban Eatery
Uncorked
Local Juicery
Fossil Creek Creamery
Dhaba India Plaza
Huss Brewing

Independents Week and the Golden Coupons offer the perfect opportunity for locals to head out to visit shops or restaurants that they may not have known about, keeping their hard earned money with local businesses and getting a deal all at the same time!

There may be some restrictions when using the Golden Coupon, so be sure to ask the specific businesses.

Now get out there, support our great local businesses during Independents Week, now through July 9th.

About the Author - Taryn Jeffries

Editor and Chief Eating Officer of PhoenixBites, 2017 Food Writer of the Year (Arizona Culinary Hall of Fame) Taryn grew up in a small town in Illinois with a doting Grandmother who taught her the way around a kitchen and that food is representative of love. Her current quest is to find the love in local dishes and the chefs behind them. In addition to running all things PhoenixBites, Taryn is also a freelance writer, sharing her insight on the best dishes and where to get them each and every month.

More Posts by  | Website  | Follow Taryn Jeffries on Twitter

Related Posts

OEB Breakfast Co. Brings the Bacon to Scottsdale

Opening | OEB Breakfast Co. Brings the Bacon to Scottsdale

Posted on: October 21st, 2019

OEB Breakfast Co. is excited to announce its first U.S. location, opening in Scottsdale this November. The breakfast concept is the creation of celebrated Italian-Canadian Chef Mauro Martina. The dishes at OEB are a creative and upscale spin on tried and true classics, bringing forth the artistry and passion that Chef Martina brings to... Read More
Qupè Syrah_ A Rhone-inspired Californian

Wine | Qupe Syrah: A Rhone-inspired Californian

Posted on: October 5th, 2019

Something that’s under-advertised about wine is that Syrah (aka Shiraz) creations can vary almost as much as Pinot Noirs. Although this has a lot to do with where the grapes were grown, the winemaker has a huge role to play in the ultimate style and character of a vintage. One of these Syrah (Rhone... Read More

Be the first to comment!

©2019 PhoenixBites | Site Designed by WeDoDev

All rights reserved. Privacy Policy | Disclosure Policy | Sitemap

%d bloggers like this: