Featuring 14 locally owned businesses, Retailing for $20
Calgary, AB - The Summer Vigo Card is now for sale online for Calgarians looking to find unique experiences without breaking the bank and while keeping their money in the local economy. Vigo is partnered with a diverse set of 14 locally owned businesses, the hidden gems of Calgary, all of whom are offering Vigo cardholders exclusive perks. The Summer 2018 card includes; Sidewalk Citizen, Loose Moose Theatre, Brasserie Kensington, Nova Coffee House, Yoga Nova Studio, Pampa Brazilian Steakhouse, Raw Canvas, Taylor Centre for the Performing Arts, Cold Garden Beverage Company, Holy Grill, Ollia Macarons and Tea, Raw Canvas, Rosso Coffee Roasters, and Strike Combat Archery.
The artwork featured on the card changes each season and supports local Calgary artists like Jarett Lee Sitter (@deepcuts).
Vigo is only selling 2000 of these exclusive Summer cards, which are valid from May - August 2018. The Vigo Card retails for $20, getting members a minimum of $170 in savings over the season. Members can save even more by purchasing a year subscription to Vigo for $48, which gets you access to all three seasons of Vigo and exclusive access to 42 events, festivals, restaurants, experiences, & coffee houses from May 1st, 2018 - April 30th, 2019.
About Vigo Calgary
At the heart of Vigo is a mission to connect Calgarians to the local businesses, art and culture that create the vibrancy of this city.
After realizing how many incredible and unique businesses were hidden in Calgary, founders Cass Higgs and Emily Knight set out to create a way for people to discover new local experiences without having to search through the noise that exists online. By curating a small seasonal list of Calgary experiences, focusing on the arts, culture, and local businesses, Vigo makes it easy to continuously try new things every season.
Vigo wants to give local businesses the ability to connect with new customers in an authentic way. Even in a digital age, the discovery of new businesses still happens through in-person word of mouth. For a city like Calgary, where the community is so close-knit, the ability to harness word of mouth is even more crucial for small businesses.