The BGoldN program has launched a new online marketplace where Golden residents can purchase gift cards to support Golden businesses that have had to close for some period of time a result of the …
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The BGoldN program has launched a new online marketplace where Golden residents can purchase gift cards to support Golden businesses that have had to close for some period of time a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The marketplace, which is called GiftGoldN, features $25 gift cards from 25 Golden businesses ranging from The Puzzle Room and Woody’s Wood-Fired Pizza to The Woodhouse Day Spa.
According to a press release, the online marketplace was created to give a centralized place for people to purchase gift cards to support local businesses without the need for in-person contact. Many participating merchants did not previously have a gift card program or online storefront.
Each gift card will be mailed to the purchaser. Through June 30, 100% of the gift card value will go back to the merchant as BGoldN will be covering the cost of the processing fees associated with the online sale of the cards.
“This takes `Buying Local’ to a new level,” said Tyson Noeth, who runs the BGoldN, GiftGoldN and Golden Backpack programs. “The pandemic has hit us all hard and there’s never been an easier way to support Golden businesses. While you’re shopping, why not cover the cost of a few meals for local residents too? We’re all in this together.”
Any Golden merchant is invited to participate.
“GiftGoldN makes it easy for the community to support small, locally-owned businesses right here in our own backyard,” said Woody’s Wood-Fired Pizza owner Jan Bortles in the press release. “During tough times like this, it’s the generosity of our neighbors that keep the lights on and folks employed! We couldn’t do it without you.”
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