He Monday, September 19, the delivery of cards for the campaign to promote local consumption in Pedreguer will begin through consumer bonds. This will be carried out by appointment and will end as soon as they are finished, with a deadline of September 30. The pickup will be done in the old Pedreguer Local Police checkpoint, Plaça Major, nº 22. Another important fact is that more than 50 companies participate in this initiative whose main objective is to stimulate local consumption in the municipality. On the other hand, of October 1 to 31 is the date set for spend the cards in establishments adhering to this campaign.
It is worth noting the great variety of the more than 50 companies involved in this campaign. A diversity that covers all sectors, basic necessities such as butcher shops, as well as mobile phone establishments, clothing stores, hairdressers and hotels. To know the participating businesses you can consult the link: boconsumpedreguer.es/location.
The appointment to access the Pedreger Consumption Bonds can be made starting this Thursday, September 15, on the website boconsumpedreguer.es. The official start of the delivery of cards will take place on Monday 19, at the CREAMA Pedreguer premises and the following will participate in it: Sergi Ferrus Peris, mayor of the municipality and Juan Motilla, President of the Trade Union. In addition, the act will attend Noelia Miralles Gilabert, Councilor for Commerce of Pedreguer and Vanessa Cardenas, vice president of Unió Gremial.
An action to encourage local consumption
This campaign to promote local consumption is being carried out thanks to the joint work between the Town Hall of Pedreguer and the Provincial Council of Alicante. The technical support of the Unió Gremial and CREAMA-Pedreguer and the collaboration of the Association of Merchants and Entrepreneurs of Pedreguer (ACEP). Thus, thanks to this adhesion and the subsidy from the Diputación amounting to €58,803, it has been possible to carry out this initiative to encourage local consumption that could generate an economic impact of more than €117,000.