As a Connection Credit Union member you understand the value of keeping your money right here, in Kitsap County. Imagine if the money you spend on groceries could stick around for the benefit of Kitsap too!
The Kitsap Community Food Co-op is preparing to open a small, community-owned store in downtown Bremerton (421 Park Ave) to create year-round access to local, nutritious, and natural food. The cooperative is a grocery store owned by, and operated for, the benefit of the community it serves –not a giant, conglomerate corporation. By sourcing as locally as possible, creating good jobs, strengthening local food access, and sharing profits with its members, a food co-op keeps food money circulating in the local economy, instead of heading straight out of it.
The best way to support this local food movement is to join the food Co-op as a founding Member-Owner. A lifetime household ownership share is just $200. Learn more and join today at www.kitsapfood.coop.
We know local is better for financial services. We think it’s better for food as well, which is why your credit union is supporting this effort with a “One Good Co-Op Deserves Another” promotion:
Connection Credit Union and the Kitsap Community Food Co-op – Co-ops helping Co-ops for the benefit of the Kitsap community.
* Membership and promotion restrictions apply. Contact us for additional details and restrictions. Must live, work, worship or attend school in Kitsap county to be eligible for membership. 1.5% rebate is based on amount financed on approved credit. If loan is paid off within one year the rebate amount will be added to the payoff balance. Maximum $400 per loan. Floor rate 3.50% APR. APR = Annual Percentage Rate. Additional restrictions may apply. Kitsap Community Food Co Op memberships selected by random drawing on May 15th and July 1st.