Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce Shopping Guide sponsored by Capital District Transportation Authority (CDTA)

The Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce that the 2014-15 Shopping Guide, sponsored by Saratoga Capital District Transportation Authority (CDTA), is completed and being distributed throughout the County.

The Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce produces the Shopping Guide every year. In previous years, member retailers would pay a small fee to be a part of the guide.  CDTA has generously sponsored the 2014-15 guide, allowing all 120+ Saratoga County Chamber member retailers to be showcased in what may be the most comprehensive local Shopping Guide available.

The guide which includes retailers listed by category or type of shop is a must for not only tourists but locals as well who are seeking to quickly identify local retail options. The guide is available through the Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce. If you are a hospitality related business and would like to distribute them, contact Bianka Krueger, 584-3255.

“The creation, publication and distribution of this local shopping guide is part of our #shopsaratoga movement designed to encourage local residents to shop local and to promote Saratoga County as a great shopping destination,” said Todd Shimkus, President of the Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce. “The inclusion of so many member retailers in the printing of this guide is possible because of the support provided to us by CDTA and for this we are very appreciative. This partnership makes sense because CDTA provides an affordable option for people to #shopsaratoga while taking a bus and leaving their car at home.”

About Capital District Transportation Authority (CDTA), CDTA was created in 1970 by the New York State Legislature as a public benefit corporation to provide regional transportation services by rail, bus, water and air. CDTA provides local, express, commuter and bus rapid transit services throughout the Capital Region. CDTA owns and operates the Rensselaer Rail and Saratoga Springs Train Stations. More than 650 people work at CDTA to deliver a transit system that serves close to 60,000 customers each weekday. For more information or schedules visit www.cdta.org.

For more information on the Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce visit www.saratoga.org or call 518-584-3255.


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