Go Local offers SCEA members many opportunities to market their businesses.  If you become a Go Local member, you can take advantage of the many benefits including:

  1. Shared Branding — You can use the Go Local logos on your online or print marketing.
  2. Online Listing — Your media-enhanced business listing is part of the GO LOCAL LIST at golocal.coop, the only place where you can find an online directory of ONLY locally owned businesses in Sonoma County.
  3. Print Listing in Pocket Guide — Member listings are also displayed in Pocket Guide, 10,000 published and printed 2x/year. Distributed throughout Sonoma County at over 100 GO LOCAL merchant locations.
  4. Social Media and Other Promotion — Submit stories, news, and events and we will post them on the GO LOCAL  website.
  5. Refer Local Lunchtime Gathering — Members are invited to attend and introduce themselves and their business at monthly networking lunches every second Friday, with the option to sign up for a 10-min feature presentation.
  6. GO LOCAL Rewards Card — All members can participate in the GO LOCAL Rewards Card program.
  7. Digital Marketing — Take advantage of GO LOCAL’s big media reach with Facebook campaigns or e-newsletter featured section.
  8. Video — Opt for a Video Vignette: a short, styled promo video, or an All-In-One Video Package with a pro videographer.
  9. Outdoor Digital — Be seen by local commuters along 101 in Rohnert Park with the Veale Outdoors digital board
  10. Radio — Radio reaches 90% of adults in Sonoma County. Advertise on KSRO, Froggy 95.5, 97.7 The River, Hot 101.7, K-Hits 104.9.

Take advantage of these benefits throughout the year, along with strategically crafted and locally targeted media offers. Here is a link to more information about these offers.

Exchange Bank and Go Local recently worked together to create a holiday video promoting both organizations and the benefits of shopping locally.

Steve Schofield, branch manager of Coddingtown, reminded us that Exchange Bank has been local for 128 years and counting. So it makes perfect sense that Go Local and Exchange bank would become partners in serving Sonoma County.

Here is a link to view the video.