Dane Buy Local Inc. business members demonstrate the breadth of locally owned businesses in the area. Business members include: manufacturers, restaurants, bookstores, banks and credit unions, real estate agencies, educational institutions, furniture stores, builders, insurance agencies and companies, musicians, advertising agencies, grocers and food suppliers, business consultants, IT service providers, office equipment suppliers, clothing stores, financial consultants, utility companies, photographers, hotels, gift shops, and many more. Whether you are dining, shopping, relaxing, volunteering or working, we encourage you to Think Local First!
If your business has multiple locations, all locations, staff, and employees are included in one membership.
If you could not answer “Yes” to all of the criteria questions above, we encourage you to join as an individual Citizen/Supporter for $50/year and welcome your support for the Dane Buy Local mission.
Benefits for Citizen/Supporters
Access to twelve annual networking meetings
Member price for four different educational Business Seminars offered in 2013
List an individual name on the Dane Buy Local website
If you are a unique organization like a government entity or educational institution, ask us about our special Sustainable Partner Program.
Contact Lark Paulson for more details at o: (608) 729-7345, c: (608) 250-0966 or
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I buy local because I know it's often a better product that more often fits my needs, and keeps small, unique companies who care about their impact on the community and world, alive and open. Gage Mitchell Gage Mitchell Design
Organized by Dane Buy Local, Solstice Stroll is an opportunity for various locally owned businesses in Dane County to stay open late to celebrate the upcoming longest day of the year! Visit over 40 businesses to mingle, enjoy refreshments, demonstrations, special incentives and learn more about what you do to help keep our community vibrant and thriving.
CLICK HERE to read more about Solstice Stroll 2013.