Cash Mobs

What is a CA$H Mob?

Cash Mobs are flash mobs, but instead of singing and dancing we spend money as a group! We target Chamber businesses that make this community special! We help businesses grow, we make people happy, and most importantly we support our local economy!

How does it work?

The CA$H Mob is open to 20-50 participants depending on the event. Each participant will typically receive a FREE $10 in Chamber Bucks to use toward their purchase at the selected retail location and we ask that each participant also spend at least $20 of their own that day…totaling a minimum of $30 spent on local goodies!

We aim to generate a minimum of $600 – $1,500 in sales for the participating business.

Getting registered

There is no cost to register…just a commitment to open your wallet to support the selected local retailer. Visit our event calendar to register for an upcoming CA$H Mob event.

Get your business involved

Businesses eligible to be selected for a CA$H Mob must be current members of the Heart of the Valley Chamber of Commerce in the retail sector who accept Chamber Bucks and have gifts or items for sale in the $30 range. Each month we will randomly select one business from our list. Once a business is “mobbed” they will not be eligible again for a year.

If your business would like to be added to the list of potential CA$H Mob locations click here.

Support Small Business – Sponsor a CA$H Mob

Your support as a sponsor goes along way to support local businesses. The Chamber will commit the first $200 – allowing for 20 participants to each receive $10 in Chamber Bucks. Our CA$H Mob sponsor would also contribute. You decide on your amount, starting at a min. of $200 but the sky is the limit!Your funds will be used to provide more free $10 Chamber Bucks.  If you sponsor $200 that means 20 more shoppers will take part. Again, each shopper equals a min. of $30 spent at the small business so every $10 you contribute means $30 more for the business!  Contact Nicci at [email protected] to learn more about becoming a sponsor.