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MERCHANTS: Pocket Guide
Making it easier for Sonoma County residents to GO LOCAL.
MERCHANTS: Holiday Direct Mail Gift Guide
GO LOCAL holiday magazine, delivered directly to 24,000 Santa Rosa households the week of Thanksgiving
About Sonoma County GO LOCAL
Sonoma County GO LOCAL Cooperative is a community alliance of businesses, non-profit organizations, and government agencies. GO LOCAL provides economic development marketing for locally-owned, independent businesses.
Top 5 Reasons to Choose a Community Bank or Credit Union
Move Your Money!
2021 Amazon Fact Sheet - Institute for Local Self-Reliance
This article from the Institute for Local Self-Reliance details the specific ways in which Amazon abuses its market dominance to harm smaller competitiors and what Congress needs to do.
2021 GO LOCAL Community Survey
GO LOCAL Rewards Program Explained
Shopping Local Matters - Oliver's Updated Study 2020
Oliver’s Markets Releases Results of Newly Updated Research
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.
GO LOCAL Category Logos - For Member Use Only
GO LOCAL logos for download use by business and organization members only. 
Why Bank Local?
Local banks and credit unions play an important role in our local economy that increases the impact of the shift.  
Santa Rosa Moves $1.5 Million to Local Banks and Credit Unions
City of Santa Rosa is moving $1.5 million in deposits ($250,000 each) to Community First Credit Union, Exchange Bank, First Community Bank, Redwood Credit Union, Sonoma County Grange Credit Union and Summit State Bank.