Pauline Fitzgerald from Sandy's Bazaar in Yeppoon.

Photo Sophie Jackson / Capricorn Coast Mirror
Pauline Fitzgerald from Sandy's Bazaar in Yeppoon. Photo Sophie Jackson / Capricorn Coast Mirror Sophie Jackson

Coast Card a winner

TRUST in quality and workmanship were the main reasons Pauline Fitzgerald chose to buy her new floor coverings from Campbell's Carpet Choice in Yeppoon.

As luck would have it, she saved a bundle in doing so.

"I had just ordered the floor coverings when the Coast Card came out and I saved over $200 dollars on the product," said Pauline who chose Campbell's faux wooden floor covering.

Offering 10% discount on selected items at participating stores, the Coast Card was introduced in August last year to encourage shoppers to buy local.

Offering great discounts on dining, shopping and attractions, the Coast Card is a fantastic way to support local businesses.

"I wouldn't have thought a business like that would offer a discount and it really saved me a lot so now I can buy something else," she said with a smile.

Pauline said she got quotes from businesses in Rockhampton but really wanted to buy local and trusted Campbell's Carpet Choice to do an exceptional job.

The best way to make the most of your card is by being aware of all the offers available to you. Giveaways throughout the year will be awarded to lucky card holders. The Coast Card can be collected at any participating business.



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