The holiday season is here once again and the City of Palm Coast is reminding residents to shop local in support of the ‘Be Local Buy Local’ initiative.

There’s no denying that each holiday season brings an influx of shopping to retailers, small and large, throughout our nation. The City of Palm Coast has partnered with several local businesses this season to offer special promotions featured in the ‘Be Local Buy Local’ Holiday Gift Guide 2021.

The Holiday Gift Guide is a collective effort to help showcase our local businesses as well as promote the importance of the ‘Be Local Buy Local’ initiative in our community! 

Participating businesses will have their holiday promotions featured in the Holiday Gift Guide online and on the City’s social media channels. Promotions featured are valid from Nov. 8th through Dec. 31st and exclusions may apply.

Local businesses featured in this year’s Be Local Buy Local Holiday Gift Guide include:

·      Jacked Up Bean222 Saint Joe Plaza Drive (386)585-4392

·      Art Among the Flowers160 Cypress Point Parkway (386)283-5213

·      Clean Eats Kitchen160 Cypress Point Parkway (386)627-8885

·      Z Fitness Women’s Training Studio17 N Old Kings Rd Suite F (386)446-4333

·      Chez Jacqueline25 Palm Harbor Village Way W Suite 3 (386)447-1650

·      Eastwest Wellness & Metaphysical160 Cypress Point Parkway Suite A109 (386)276-6163

·      Wild Birds Unlimited Nature Shop250 Palm Coast Parkway NE (386)302-0100

·      East Coast (386)237-4013

· (386)503-1467

·      Eagle Pest (386)445-7414

·      Greet Your (386)643-0099

·      Gotcha (386)225-1959

When we shop within our community, our City is able to provide more amenities to our residents, local businesses thrive, and more jobs are created in Palm Coast. This happens because every time a purchase is made within our City limits, a portion of the sales tax is returned to the City of Palm Coast to fund projects within our community such as parks and trails, the Community Center, resurfacing roadways, streetlight installations, and keeping our property taxes down.

For more information about ‘Be Local Buy Local’ visit