48 Hours left to get $50 Oakland Grown Card. Invest by Midnight tomorrow.
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Date: 11/25/2013 11:49 AM (GMT-08:00)
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Subject: 48 Hours left to get $50 Oakland Grown Card. Invest by Midnight tomorrow.
There are less than 48 hours left to get an Oakland Grown Card loaded with 500 OakShares. That's a $50 value that's redeemable at dozens of retailers, restaurants and businesses in Oakland. Buy shares by Midnight November 26th to get your $50 in local rewards points.Is this email not displaying correctly?
View it in your browser.There are less than 48 hours left to get an Oakland Grown Card loaded with 500 OakShares. That's a $50 value that can be redeemed at dozens of participating retailers, restaurants and independent businesses in Oakland. Buy shares by Midnight on November 26th to get your $50 in local reward points.
The Oakland Grown Card is a program of Oakland-based Sustainable Business Alliance. It's a gift and rewards card that supports local ownership and recirculation of dollars within the Oakland community. OakShares can be redeemed for great local items from clothing to food to bikes. When People's Community Market opens, OakShares will be redeemable at our store.
The Oakland Grown Card makes a great alternative holiday gift to a corporate card. New shareholders can also choose to donate their gifted OakShares rewards to a family in West Oakland to use to buy fresh and nutritious foods at People's Community Market.
This offer is only available to people who buy shares by Midnight on November 26th. Click here to learn how to become a Founding Shareholder. After investing we'll contact you about issuing an Oakland Grown Card or adding 500 points to your existing card.
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