One Less Trip Initiative


Shopping local is good for everyone. It keeps dollars local, saves you time and money on trips, and lets the owner know they’ve found a great business community! Check our latest video below.

The “One Less Trip” initiative, launched by Battle River Alliance for Economic Development (BRAED), is designed to help Battle River businesses survive and thrive by inspiring small shifts in consumer spending patterns. These shifts are achieved through education, municipal engagement and incentive programs like contests and special events.

Business Owner Toolkit

Business Owners looking to get involved can get their own promotional “One Less Trip” Toolkit to promote the benefits of shopping local. These Toolkits include window decals, posters, and guidelines to help businesses utilize the message/ logo in their own ads, websites, social media, receipts etc.

Access your complete Toolkit by contacting BRAED at debi.braed@gmail.com.

One Less Trip Poster 1

One Less Trip Poster 2

 

Logos

Download a One Less Trip logo: Print Versions (.zip file) or Web Versions (.zip file).

Stay Current

Visit our One Less Trip Facebook Page often for news about contests and regular updates on what’s happening across the region.

Photo Gallery

Launching OLT (Left to Right) Sharon Anderson, Camrose Chamber of Commerce Allan Walkey, Downtown Camrose Debbie Thompson, Owner- From Kicks to Kids Kim Turre, Owner – Bra Necessities Carl Marsh, BRAED Vice Chair, Mayor of Holden

BRAED Executive Assistant Debi Anderson assembling One Less Trip Kits for distribution to businesses within the region. More than 300 kits have been distributed to date.

Pictured: Business Owner, Christine Dietz, of Cloud 9 Day Spa in Camrose, Alberta

Image: Denise Hawkins of Camrose Energy; winner of the ‘I Found it Here’ Contest. Local product gift basket presented by BRAED Executive Director, Margot Bégin at the Camrose Chamber luncheon.

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