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Bullitt County Rewards – Lunch and Learn
September 12 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
What: A lunch and learn for small business owners, nonprofit directors, and local leaders explaining the mission of Active Heroes and how Bullitt County Rewards can give Bullitt County community members the ability to support local small businesses and nonprofits during our COVID-19 recovery.
When: September 12, 2020 from 11:30 to 1:pm
Where: Active Heroes Retreat Center 1022 Ridgeview Dr, Shepherdsville, KY 40165
Who: Troy Pitcock, Chief of Police, Mount Washington Police Department; Barry Armstrong, Mayor of Mount Washington; Curtis Hockenbury, Mayor of Shepherdsville; Anita Stump, Executive Director, Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce; Maryanne Salleng, Owner, Salt Salon and Spa; Brian James, former Mayor of Shepherdsville and local small business owner; Tony Mouser, former CEO of Material Handling Systems.
Why: Small businesses and local nonprofits need help recovering from COVID-19 and community members need a way to save money and help get the local economy moving again.
Two combat veterans have joined forces to encourage members of the Bullitt County community to support the mission of Active Heroes in a unique and exciting way. Bullitt County Rewards is a mobile rewards app designed to incentivize its users to shop small, shop local, and support local charities and nonprofits. Users earn points by shopping locally and can use those points to redeem special deals and discounts with participating Bullitt County businesses, enter drawings for cash and prizes, and best of all, donate their reward points to local charities and nonprofits like Active Heroes. Bullitt County Rewards will convert those points to cash and donate it on behalf of the Bullitt County community.