Why Shop Vallejo First?
Shopping in Vallejo Increases Available Funds for Improved City Services
Street & Road Repair, Public Safety and Other City Services are funded in part by the portion of the sales tax returned to Vallejo. The more you spend here, the more we have to spend on these services.
Shopping in Vallejo Creates and Sustains Jobs for Vallejoans
Most retailers hire locally. The more money spent at those retailers, the more jobs that are available for local residents.
Shopping in Vallejo Has A Multiplier Effect
Significantly more money re-circulates in Vallejo when purchases are made locally. More money is kept in the community because local businesses purchase from other local businesses and service providers. Purchasing locally helps grow businesses as well as the Vallejo tax base.
Shopping in Vallejo Supports Long Term Investment in Vallejo
Local businesses are owned and managed by people who live in this community, are less likely to leave, and are more invested in the community’s future.
Shopping in Vallejo Encourages New Investment in Vallejo
Entrepreneurs, National Chains and Investors are more likely to invest and settle in communities that support their existing shops and service providers.
Shopping in Vallejo Supports Local Non-Profit Organizations
Non-profit organizations receive the vast majority of their financial support from local business owners and managers.
Shopping in Vallejo is the Way to Go Green
When you shop closer to home, you are reducing travel in your car, creating less traffic congestion, and less pollution. That’s good for the environment!
Shopping in Vallejo Saves You Time and Money
Shopping locally means less time in your car and lower gas use. You’ll fill up at the pump less often!
Shopping in Vallejo is Your Daily Investment in the Future of Vallejo
Each time you shop locally, you are making a conscious choice to help build a better Vallejo for future generations through your support of the local businesses, local workers, community non-profit organizations, and the families of Vallejo.