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Buy the card or upgrade the free mobile app for $20, get discounts at lots of local Mission businesses all year long.

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What is Live Local?

Live Local is a buy local card for the Mission. Buy the card for $20 at local businesses (or here, where you can also upgrade the free iPhone app) and flash it at all participating businesses, all year long. Instead of a big discount good only one time, get little discounts good all the time. Think of it as a replacement for all those buy-10-get-1-free cards.

For folks who spend a lot of time in the Mission, the card will quickly recoup its value, and local businesses can use it to reward loyal neighbors and patrons.

Hang out in the Mission on a nice afternoon. Have a cup of coffee, and grab a burrito for lunch. Check out the shops and get lost in a bookstore.  Use the Live Local card everywhere you go.

Follow us on facebook, twitter or in your inbox to find out about specials and events in the Mission, and maybe even some crazy closing hour deals!

Support the Mission. Live Local.

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    3 May 2012 at 23:52 PM
  • Spring Open Studios

    This weekend is Spring Open Studios, put on by Mission Artists United. Over 100 artists will open their studios to anyone who wants to stop by. There’s lots of parties and events at various studios, and lots of cool stuff to check out. Click here to find details, maps, guides, etc. See you there.

    12 April 2012 at 18:24 PM
  • La Espiga de Oro’s Tamales

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    23 March 2012 at 00:18 AM

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