Love Local Loyalty Card Program

three locations to enter your completed cards

Bank of Montreal, Downtown Thorndale

Thorndale Farm & Pet Supplies

Thorndale Library

About the Love Local Campaign

These cards will be available at businesses who subscribe to our directory (look for the "Our Business Supports I Love Thorndale" decal in their storefront window).
1. Obtain a free card from participating business,
2. On each transaction at  any of these participating stores/service providers, show your loyalty card,
3. Staff signs a space,
4. Have all ten (10) spaces signed, add your name & phone number to the back side of the card,
5. Drop your card in prize draw box during business hours at the Thorndale Library, Thorndale Farm Supplies, Thorndale BMO bank or the Thorndale Farmers' Market.
6. Watch for the monthly winner to be revealed here!
The more you shop local, the more chances to win some great local prizes!

Prizes that have been awarded thus far...

Owen Gidley is the winner of this custom metal work from Adams Artistry!

Winner: Sandy Pink
Scentsy basket provided by Nichole Mongeon- Independent Scentsy Consultant

Winner: Barb Watson!! 
Wow! A very generous prize from Gillian at Bella Vita Aesthetics
Peoni La Creme (moisturizer that was one of Oprah’s favorite things 2016),
Peoni facial
PLUS LED light therapy. 
That's more than a $300 value!!

Winner: Brian Pratton! Congrats. 
Just in time for your New Year's Eve party! Sassy's is contributing this basket for our last prize of 2017! 

Winner: Darcy Duffin! Please contact Becky to claim your prize!
You could also win a $40 gift card from Yoga by Becky to use towards a Thai Yoga Massage or Private Yoga Lesson! 

Thanks to Dr. Kae at Thorndale Chiropractic for contributing: 
a cervical pillow, a tube of biofreeze, a roll of Kinesio tape, AND a roll of ice tape. That's approximately $100 value!!
Congratulations to winner: Doreen Madge! 

Thanks to Goris Electric-Rentals for contributing a Fall Jacket to the prize draw! 
Congratulations to winner: Jamie Ropchan!

September Prizes

2x Ride All Day Passes (valued at $50) to be used at the Thorndale Fair either Saturday or Sunday 12-5pm Courtesy of Townsends Amusements and the Thorndale Agricultural Society. Winner: Tammy Gooder & Laura Garner (Winner will pick up their passes in the fair office on Saturday or Sunday of the fair).
$25 off a photo shoot with MTCD Photography Winner: Marilyn Davis Avent
Gift Basket donated by Dorchester Terrace Winner: Brenda Tipping 

August Prizes!

 Prime Rib Roast approx. value $30 (from Homestead Country Market) Winner: Beth Jones!

 Set of 3 Dryer Balls (Ziraldo Alpacas) Winner: Dave Cole!

 & $20 Market Moola for use at the Thorndale Farmers' Market Winner: Trudy Niewland! 

July Prizes up for grabs


Winner is Mary Ellen Williamson!

You could win a 3 Horizontal Pocket Vertical Garden.
They can be hung on fences and walls with hooks, screws or concrete anchors. You can plant anything in the vertical garden. Pockets are 15" Wide and 9" Deep. The 3 Pocket is a total of 45" wide and 12" high.
Made right here in Thorndale!

More July Prizes

Winner is Dot Dellar!
You could also win $20 in Market Moo-la which can be used at the Thorndale Farmers' Market!

Love Local Loyalty Card Prizes: Draw held Saturday, June 17

$25 Thorndale Farm Supplies Gift Certificate 
Winner: Jackie Malleck!
" I love shopping local because the businesses care about you & go an extra step to help you. I especially found that last year when I had hip surgery -they gave me extra consideration- delivered items, met me at the car, etc"

Prizes supplied by LC Auto Care!

Roadside Emergency Kit, Car Care Kit & Snap-on Tools Swag!
That's not all. Prize also includes 1 free oil change and 1 free hour of labour! 
Winner: Laurie Ahrens! 

Prize Supplied by Heemans!

Win a flat of Strawberries from Heeman's!
Winner: Carlo Ziraldo!
Carlo feels it is important to buy local "to keep the money circulating in our community"


$20 Thorndale Farmers' Market Moola! 
Winner: Debbie Ziraldo!
Debbie feels it is important to buy local because
"it helps to support and grow our local businesses"