Keep It Local! Member Directory 2020 – Don’t miss out on the opportunity to showcase your business

Seven years ago, we launched our Keep It Local! campaign to encourage support of our local businesses and quality of place initiatives in Southwest Indiana.

Now more than ever, showcasing your business front and center to our region is imperative to its reacting, recovering and flourishing.

This year’s publication will focus on our region’s resilience in business and as a community in responding and recovering from COVID and embedding social distance in our future.

In 2020 and 2021, we will reach about 22,000 households via the Sunday, September 27th Courier & Press edition, digital version, free distribution, and inclusion in our Relocation packets — reaching a new customer base.

New this year, we are adding a Dining section to highlight our ever-growing restaurant scene! With the help of nearly 150 advertisers, and continued support from our members, our annual Keep It Local! campaign has been a huge success. We’re building on that positive momentum by adding a Dining section with advertising available at an affordable price. Check it out on the rate card link below!

Also new this year, we are adding a Multicultural Business Directory!
The 2020 Keep It Local! Business Directory will feature a Multicultural Business Directory showcasing businesses owned by people of color and immigrants in the Greater Evansville Region. All multicultural businesses are welcome. Southwest Indiana Chamber membership is not required to be listed.

Be sure to update your member business listing!
Our commitment to members continues, with a full directory listing of each member business. Your business can gain added exposure and show support through effective and affordable display advertising opportunities that will be available to members for as low as $110. 

Thank you for supporting our Keep It Local! campaign and the Southwest Indiana Chamber. Contact us at 812-425-8147 or for more information about advertising and supporting our local community.

#TogetherWeThrive! #keepitlocal