Purchase Bristol Bucks at the National Bank of Middlebury, Bristol Branch only.
Why is it good to shop locally?
- Money spent at a locally-owned business stays in the local economy and continues to strengthen the economic base of the community.
- Locally-owned businesses support local organizations via donations of items, time and money.
- You save time and gas by shopping locally instead of driving 40 miles to a larger city.
- Local businesses hire local people, use local trades people, pay local taxes and cater to local needs, not national trends
Bristol Businesses who accept Bristol Bucks:
Almost Home Market, 28 North St.
Art on Main, 25 Main St.
Better Planet, 20 Main St.
b One Hair Studio, 21 Prince Ln.
Bobcat Café, 5 Main St.
Bristol Animal Hospital, North St.
Bristol Bakery, 16 Main St.
Bristol Beverage & Redemption Center, 21 Prince Lane
Bristol Health & Fitness, 14 School St.
Bristol Recreation Dept., Holley Hall
Champlain Farms, 3 West St.
Cubbers Restaurant, 8 Main St.
Darcy’s Salon, 29 Main St.
Emerald Rose, 18 Main St.
Enchanted Closet, 22 Main St.
Green Mountain Shoe & Apparel, 1 Main St.
Green Mountain Signs, 72 West St.
Hypnosis Works, 52 Liberty St.
In Stitches & More, 72 West St.
Jackman’s Inc., 32 Pine St.
Kimball Office Services, 21 Main St.
Martin’s Hardware & Bldg Supply, 68 West
Mary’s at Baldwin Creek, 1868 N. Rte 116
Mountain Greens Market, 25 S. Mountain Dr.
Mountain Street Studio, 50 Mountain St.
Recycled Reading of Vermont, 25A Main St.
Robert Compton Pottery, 2662 N. 116 Rd.
Rockville Market Farm, 205 Cemetary RD.
Rockydale Gardens, 806 Rockydale Rd.
Rockydale Pizza, 372 Rockydale Rd.
Shaw’s Supermarket, 7 Prince Lane
Snap’s Restaurant, 24 Main St.
Town of Bristol, Offices in Holley Hall
Vermont HoneyLights, 9 Main St.
Wokky’s, 17 Main St.