Alright friends and neighbors. As of December 1, 2008, sales have started for THE discount card of 2009. Yes, with savings in the thousands, from big and little names, all over WNC and as far down the hill as Charlotte, over 90 businesses so far participating, there is absolutely NO reason that you wouldn’t want to buy this card.
We have hotels, bed and breakfasts, restaurants, fast food joints, even 51 Grill is on here. We have hunting stores and theme parks, fishing guides and rafting trips. We have pet grooming/food stores, computer repair techs, shoe stores, and more. Names like Arby’s, Sage Brush, Papa John’s, Holiday Inn Express, GB Shoe Warehouse, and more. It’s only ten bucks per card. You can start using it Jan 1st 2009 until Dec 31st 2009, each business, once per day, for the entire year. What’s more is since we are selling it a month before they are active, you can buy one for yourself and everyone on your Christmas/Hanukkah/Kwanzaa/Winter Solstice list.
At Ten Bucks, you can save green and still come out a winner. Did I mention we even have AAA Auto Club? Yep, if you’ve been putting off becoming a member now you can get a discount on your membership and a free membership for a spouse and AAA has thousands of discounts on their card too all over the country and all around the world. The Scottish Rite Discount Card is the gift that keeps on giving. So where does the money go? 100% is split evenly between three NC charities. There is no middle man, I organized this myself so there is noone to pay, so literally 100% goes to charity. MANNA FoodBank feeds around 30,000 meals per day in 16 WNC countiesOxford Masonic Home for Children is an orphanage in Oxford, NCRiteCare (3 clinics in NC) helps children with language disorders. You can get the cards from me by cash or check and our Secretary can take credit cards (MC and Visa) over the phone or in person. Let me know if you are interested and we’ll find the best way to get your card(s) to you.- Kyle
PS: See http://www.scottishritefundraiser.com/ for an (almost) complete list of participating businesses.
*Originally blogged on TalkAsheville.com.