Editorial-Let the bucks stop here…

It’s the holidays in case all the hoopla, sales, heavy newspapers,babbling television and radio promotions, lights, decorations and events didn’t tip you all off.

It’s the holidays in case all the hoopla, sales, heavy newspapers,babbling television and radio promotions, lights, decorations and events didn’t tip you all off.

We’re sure they have.

So as you head out to take care of an endless list of holiday shopping needs, why not save yourself an “endless” trip and check out what businesses in North Kitsap have to offer?

Local stores are chock full of great gifts, ideas and cheerful folks this time of year — well, actually every time of year.

Your bucks should definitely stop here first.

The typical cop out for not doing so is price.

“It costs too much to shop in North Kitsap,” some would argue.

We heartily disagree.

There is more to money than meets the eye.

Buying in North Kitsap makes North Kitsap a better place to live. It supports your neighborhood stores over some faceless corporation and helps build a stronger economy.

A stronger sense of community.

‘Tis the season to be jolly, indeed. So, make sure to keep local shopping in mind as you spread Christmas cheer. Business owners and events here are ready to cater to your every need but first we all have to make an effort to put down the car keys and the ferry tickets and put on some walking shoes.

It’s a great day for a stroll.

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