More businesses sign up to give you great discounts on prices
Support for the Scunthorpe Telegraph's Buy Local campaign remains strong, with more readers and businesses signing up for the scheme.
Almost 2,000 people have registered for loyalty cards as part of the initiative since it launched in November last year.
And companies are continuing to join the ranks of those providing exclusive offers and discounts to cardholders.
Buy Local aims to unite the community by promoting small, independent businesses and helping to keep North Lincolnshire's High Streets vibrant.
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By shopping with local retailers, customers can ensure more money is reinvested into the region's economy, meaning everybody benefits.
Every week, the Scunthorpe Telegraph is profiling firms which are part of Buy Local to find out why they signed up to the campaign and how they are benefiting from it.
Among the latest to register for a loyalty card and start taking advantage of Buy Local offers was Mrs J Fletcher, of Scunthorpe.
Describing why she is supporting the campaign, she said: "I believe you get better service and our local shops need help at this time, they are our lifeline.
"Our town is so important to me."
Pamela Cook, also of Scunthorpe, said: "If we don't support our local shops, we will lose them."
And Gary Hoar, who also lives in Scunthorpe, said: "To buy local keeps cash in the area, which also means local spending power."