Join Keep It Local
At Keep It Local OK, our mission is simple: Reward People for Eating, Shopping and Playing Local. The Keep It Local Card incentivizes customers to get out and discover & support the unique local businesses that make up their community.
Join The Movement
With your initial 12-month commitment, we’ll give you everything you need to get started as a Keep It Local member business! We’ll even create a customized profile page for you on our site and on our free iPhone and Android apps.
Sell The Cards
We offer Keep It Local cards to our participating businesses to purchase wholesale for $7.50 each and then sell for the retail price of $15 each. (Tip: Sell just 1-2 cards each week throughout the year and you’ll more than recoup the cost of your membership dues. Sell the cards all year long for continuous revenue!) There are no minimum order amounts and we deliver them for free.
A dollar from each card sold goes to our non-profit partners in Oklahoma City and Tulsa. This year's beneficiaries are City Care in Oklahoma City and New Hope Oklahoma in Tulsa.
Let’s Be Friends
We’ll become social media friends and share your promotions and special events with tens of thousands of followers on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.
Taste the Freedom
You’re not locked in when you choose your cardholder reward - change it whenever and as often as you like.
Keep It Local is a highly recognized, and growing local movement in communities across the state of Oklahoma. With the use of our branding in your promotional materials, our strong social media presence, and benefit of our advertising in local media outlets, belonging to our family has plenty of perks!
Only $500 a year or $50 a month with a one year contract
All Keep It Local participating businesses must be independent and locally owned. How do we define independent and locally owned?
“Independent” means the owner or owners have full decision-making authority over the Business, and that the majority of Business outlets are located in Oklahoma. The business pays all of it's own rent, marketing expenses and other expenses (without assistance from a corporate headquarters or national cooperative program).
“Locally owned” means the Business is privately held and the owner or the majority of the owners are Oklahoma residents. This includes employee- and cooperatively owned businesses, as well as nonprofits, but not government units. The Business must be registered in the state of Oklahoma with no corporate headquarters outside of the state.