Why We Support The Common Market

September 20, 2017

Did you see the October edition of the Common Market Lovin' Spoonful? If you didn't, you can pick up a copy for free at the Common Market Co-op on Buckeystown Pike. We'll share the best part with you. The Cat Lady was highlighted as a Community Partner:

 

 

Their write up was fabulous, no? We'll try to live up to it! We've been Community Partners with the Common Market since the inception of the program last year for several reasons. Since they highlighted us, we thought it would only be fair to return the favor!

 

I have been a Common Market "owner" for years. My share only cost $200 for a lifetime membership, I believe in supporting the local economy, and selfishly, they've got a lot of vegan groceries for me! In exchange I get special benefits like a quarterly owner appreciation discount of 10% off an entire shopping trip and a rebate check each year there is a profit (every year for me thus far). An my benefits even cross over state lines! Here I am in Florida visiting my sister's local co-op where I got special owner sale prices:

 

We applied to be Community Partners because the Common Market has a fabulous companion animal section including organic food, probiotics, and natural supplements. You can even pick up some people quality items such as brewer's yeast and pumpkin for your companion animals' health (ask us how to use these!). The Common Market is a pillar of the Frederick community and we were thrilled to be accepted and supported my this program. 

 

You can benefit, too! Keep an eye out for special Cat Lady merchandise at Common Market events. And since the Lap Cat of Luxury Suite has closed its doors, all co-op members can enjoy 10% off 30 minute visits through the end of the year (exclusions apply). Happy shopping!

 

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