Chamber Chat

Ponca City Now - December 6, 2015 7:00 am

Why is it Important to Shop Ponca First?

Shop Ponca First and you are supporting our schools. Our Ponca City businesses support our schools through the Chamber PIE Partner Program, the school booster clubs and the various extracurricular activities offered by our schools. No one else supports these programs like Ponca City businesses – not an internet business or a business in another community.

Shop Ponca First because our local businesses are the ones supporting our Ponca City United Way, our churches, the Opportunity Center and the list goes on and on. When you shop Ponca City you are helping these organizations. Every citizen benefits from these organizations.

Shop Ponca First and keep tax dollars local which equals more economic development opportunity. Yes, shopping Ponca City will help expand our economy and expands job opportunities for our citizens.

Shop Ponca First because it allows our businesses to prosper… bringing you more variety in product and service.

Shop Ponca First and you will save valuable time and gas.

Shop Ponca First and you are shopping with your family, friends and neighbors.

Shop Ponca First and you are safe day and night.

Shop Ponca First and keep dollars here working for our community, providing more money for city services such as streets, sewer, recreation, fire department, police department and again, the list goes on and on.

Shop Ponca First and you will be assured that our businesses stand behind their products and services. They are a phone call away. If you have an issue they are right here in Ponca City to help.

Remember when you Shop Ponca First, we all benefit!


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