Live in the greater Seattle area? Get em while they're HOT!

By
Real Estate Agent with Realty Executives BRIO

                                        

Get em while they're hot!  Seattle's Chinook Book 2009 is filled with coupons, maps and resources for living green here in the Puget Sound.  I am usually not one for coupons and in fact get a kick out of people who cut them out from various stores, then drive around to each store thinking they are saving so much ....but what about the gas money?  Ok, I am getting off track...

My daughter's school is having a fundraiser in which half of each book we sell goes to her preschool.  The book sells for $20 (ten goes to the school) and, in my honest opinion, is well worth it.  There are over 400 coupons and you can basically redeem your money back just by using one coupon:

Need snowboarding gear for the upcoming season?  Use the generous Evo coupon for $20 off of a $50 purchase.

Need food?  Kind of a given.  Use the $25 off coupon from Spud local and organic delivery or a total of $25 off at Central Co-op's Madison Market.  How about $15 dollars off at PCC....or another $15 off at Whole Foods?

As you can see you can easily make your money back with this awesome coupon book.  Plus, it has great resources and will connect you with businesses in the Seattle area that support a healthy and sustainable lifestyle. 

Other coupons in the book:  Four free bus passes, many grocery coupons, many dining coupons, entertainment coupons (2  tickets for the price of  1 at Seattle, Bellevue, and Tacoma's Art Museums, the Seattle Aquarium, and the Seattle Green Festival coming up in March).  There are coupons for apparel, dance classes, children's shops, for your yard and garden, and much more.  Check out the Chinook Book link to see a complete list of the valuable coupons.

If you would like a book, please contact me aberg@briorealty.com and we can figure out the best way to get it to you (I will probably just drive it over if you're in the greater Seattle area).   

Check out my website as well for other resources for living green or to search for Green Homes in the Seattle area:  LiveGreenNW.com

                        

Comments (1)

Lynn Krogseng
Keller Williams Premier Partners - Vancouver, WA

I'm glad you mentioned the Chinook book is out. I live at the southern end of the state, and so we have a different edition.  I received one from the class I attended Earth Advantage class (http://www.earthadvantage.org/) and was very delighted. I think it's a great tool to help raise the awareness of local green stores.

Nov 11, 2008 03:22 PM