On October 7, 2020

KPAA announces Real Killington Bucks to support local businesses

Killington Pico Area Association is proud to announce the launch of the Real Killington Bucks program, which will benefit businesses in Killington and its surrounding towns that have been impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.

From Oct. 12 through Nov. 12, individuals who spend $30 or more at participating businesses and ask to use Real Killington Bucks will receive $10 off their total purchase (while supplies last). Participating businesses will receive the $10 after redeeming the Real Killington Bucks with Killington Pico Area Association, in addition to the total paid by the customer.

Participating businesses include Alpine Bike Works, Aspen East Ski Shop, Backcountry Café, Casey’s Caboose, Darkside Snowboards, First Stop Ski Shop & Board Barn, Flannels Bar & Grill, JAX Food and Games, Killington Market, Liquid Art Coffeehouse & Eatery, Still on the Mountain – Killington Distillery, Sushi Yoshi, The Foundry at Summit Pond, and The Garlic.

The Real Killington Bucks program is funded by a Restart Vermont Regional Marketing Grant through the Vermont Agency of Commerce & Community Development. The Brandon Area Chamber of Commerce, Poultney Area Chamber of Commerce, Town of Castleton, and Chamber & Economic Development of the Rutland Region were awarded grants to launch the Real Bucks programs. The program is expected to generate approximately $125,000 in additional consumer spending activity in our region.

For more info, visit rutlandeconomy.com/real-bucks.

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