Shop Port, Think Local Reusable Bags Are Here

Do your part to help the environment and pick up a Shop Port, Think Local reusable shopping bag.

They've finally arrived!  Shop Port, Think Local reusable shopping bags are currently available at Sanfilippo's Sentry, Newport Shores, Beanie's Mexican Restaurant, and Zing Boutique.  They will be available everywhere else in the near future.


The bags are 12" W x 13" H x 8" D and made of sturdy fabric so they won't break easily.  Use them to carry your groceries, pick up a take out order, or to carry your new fashion accessories home. 


The bags feature the iconic image of the Port Washington light house in white against a blue background.  The bags are $1.99 each.  Show your support for local businesses and get your Shop Port, Think Local reusable bags today.

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Terry February 28, 2013 at 03:07 PM
That would be perfect for me to use to carry the new jeans I am buying today. No wait, I have to go to Saukville to get that. How about a tripod for my camera? Nope, Grafton for that. Video game? Nope. Hmmm... Pretty much any of my daily need items have been driven to Saukville or Grafton to protect our quaint new england charm. Let me see what I can get here in town. Groceries I suppose. We do at least have Sentry. No holidays or birthdays, so I don't need any of our "niche" stores right now. I know what I would like to put in my bag. A viable economy that brings people to our downtown more than once or twice a year.
Kay Wulff March 01, 2013 at 05:56 PM
Remember to clean those reusable bags. Many potentially harmful bacteria can be found in those bags and transferred from one food type to another. They need to be washed consistently and remember to keep meats separate from vegetables.


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