Business in the Community
Business knows its place is in the community, and shows it by supporting community projects. That's not just good sense, it's also good for doing business - but it's a part of doing business that can cost heavily.
This proposal introduces a simple and effective way for any business in the community to be generous, to save cash, and to develop its customer base - an all-in-one way of doing good and doing well, with no compromise.
but the cash costs of responding to even a few of the many appeals for help can be overwhelming, and even donations in kind are expensive.
so you give till it hurts, and it does hurt.
promises to supply - similar to discount coupons
according to terms set by issuer
"support the business that supports the community"
the supporting sponsors come to the commercial sponsors as customers.
10% circulated as a $2 value "coin" carrying the name of the sponsor
various point of sale systems available - no significant set up costs
all taxes, income tax and GST, are applicable to transactions in merchant credits
there is no setup fee or administration charge for commercial sponsors,
further programs are available
Version #001 - 23-05-95 - compiled by Michael Linton of Landsman Community Services Ltd. Comments to: email@example.com
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