Bristol Bucks are a LOCAL CURRENCY THAT CAN BE USED AS A GIFT CERTIFICATE IN MOST BRISTOL BUSINESSES. This item was donated by David and Janet Russell.
Why is it good to shop locally? Money spent at a locally-owned business stays in the local economy and continues to strengthen the economic base of the community. Locally-owned businesses support local organizations via donations of items, time and money. Local businesses hire local people, use local trades people, pay local taxes and cater to local needs, not national trends
Some of the places you can spend Bristol Bucks:
Art on Main, 25 Main St.
Bobcat Café & Brewery, 5 Main St.
Bristol Animal Hospital, North St.
Bristol Beverage, 21 Prince Ln.
Bristol Fitness, 14 School St.
Bristol Recreation Dept., Holley Hall
Champlain Farms, 3 West St.
Cubbers Restaurant, 8 Main St.
Lisa?s Salon, 29 Main St.
Emeraldrose Gifts, 18 Main St.
Emeraldrose Grows, 11 Main St.
Farmhouse Chocolates, 25 Mtn View St.
Harmonia, 20 Main St.
Head to Tail Grooming, 71 West St.
InStitches Embroidery & More, 22 Main St.
Island Girl Jewelry, 7 Main St.
Jackman?s Inc., 32 Pine St.
Kimball Office Services, 21 Main St.
Martin?s Hardware, 68 West St.
Recycled Reading of Vermont, 1 Main St.
Robert Compton Pottery, 2662 N. 116 Rd.
Rockydale Gardens, 806 Rockydale Rd.
Scentsations Flowers and Gifts, 10 Main St.
Shaw?s Supermarket, 7 Prince Ln.
Simon Says, 12 Main St.
Snap?s Restaurant, 24 Main St.
Tandem, 26 Main St.
Town of Bristol, Holley Hall
Vermont HoneyLights, 9 Main St.
Vermont Marketplace, 19 Main St.
Village Creeme Stand, 41 West St.
Wokky?s, 17 Main St.
Your Home, 9 Main St.