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MERCHANTS: Pocket Guide, Summer 2020 Edition
Making it easier for Sonoma County residents to GO LOCAL.
Five Steps to Keep American Business Alive During COVID-19
A Call to Action for Local Business Save Our Economy Now: Five Steps to Keep American Business Alive
The GO LOCAL Team
The GO LOCAL team works daily to build and preserve Sonoma County's economic resilience and create a better quality of life.
Sonoma County Restaurant Week 2020
See GO LOCAL's 8-page insert in the North Bay Bohemian promoting EAT LOCAL and Restaurant Week 2020
Oliver’s Market Earns National Recognition for Social Purpose
Oliver’s was selected from independent store nominees nationwide for the company’s commitment to working with as many local purveyors, producers, and vendors as possible and issuing their first Annual Report as a Social Purpose Corporation.
Redwood Credit Union Celebrates 70 Years of Service
Redwood Credit Union (RCU) is proud to announce its celebration of 70 years of service to members.
How to GO LOCAL First in Sonoma County
GO LOCAL First asks you to think about the many advantages of choosing local first.  Locally owned businesses provide more jobs, support more local non-profits and provide our local flavor, character and personality.
Sonoma County Residents GO LOCAL
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."  Margaret Mead
Submit a "Personally Speaking" Profile
Business and Organization members can submit a personally speaking profile that will be posted on the GO LOCAL website home page.
MERCHANTS: Outdoor Digital Board Advertising
Reach Sonoma County commuters with this special GO LOCAL co-op ad buy.
Gift a Membership in 2020
MERCHANTS: Member Benefits & Media Offers
If you want to increase your presence as a GO LOCAL member and take advantage of the benefits, WORK YOUR MEMBERSHIP.