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Tom Lohre, prepared this report and believes it true to the best of his knowledge and subject to correction at any time.


Clifton Market Report Week of November 19 to Nov 25, 2017

Weekly Video: https://youtu.be/eMsQQr64Jos
Hi, this is Gary Crawford, president of the Clifton Co-Op Board. Coming back to you this week with an update on the market. Here with Tom Lohre in front of our wonderful beer selection. As everyone knows we have one of the finest selections of beers in the city. Hope you think about us over the holidays. When had tremendous sell through for Thanksgiving. The market continues to progress. The key point for this week is the new social media marketing program will be out. We will be looking closely at the results and see where it takes us. Thank you very much.


Events

Holidays on Ludlow, 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, December 8
You are cordially invited to join Clifton Market for our first Holiday Open House 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, December 9, 319 Ludlow Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio. Dedication of our Deli to Emma Dieckmann Hartkemeier 11 to 11:30 a.m.
Celebrate the magic of the season with us! Hors-d'oeuvres, Drinks, and Merriment Provided! All are Welcome

Tri-Health Healthy Living Initiative
Box lunches, Party Trays and Full Deli Menu Online

https://cliftonmarket.shelfscouter.com/healthy_menus

Clifton Market delivers to Tri-Health and all UpTown employers.

News We Need

• Sandwich people on the street corners during rush hour
• Create a shopping community for the market

Remember, most people do not know there is a full service grocery store across from the Esquire Theater.

80% of our shoppers are people who see a grocery store and shop there no questions asked.

Shop the market like there is no other market and encourage your neighbors to do the same. Your full service community grocery store needs everyone to adapt and substitute.
The second most important thing is to promote the market using your social media. Your genuine, honest, positive post to your friends is needed. You need not make it in anyway slick.

Clifton Market Marketing/Fundraising Volunteers

Our greatest need is to find fund raisers to finish the job. Paying off the equipment and provide significant operating cash through this difficult startup phase.
Second we need marketing professionals willing to create, make, and distribute ideas to get more shoppers into the market. We would like 100 more shoppers a day. Get your idea OK-ed by Keith Brock, general manager and then make it happen. We need gorilla marketers and social media marketers. Video customers and employees and post them on social media. We need social media people to throw all their weight into fun stories of employees and shoppers, breaking through and creating a buying frenzy.
We need greeters -- people to represent Clifton Market, either at the market during busy hours (5 to 7 p.m. on weekdays and 12 to 7 p.m. on weekends) or at events in/around the neighborhood. Our goal is to spread awareness and positivity about our wonderful store.
If you are willing and able to be a greeter, please contact Tom Lohre at 513-236-1704 or thoslohre49@gmail.com to arrange a time. A SignUpGenius site is also active, http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e044aada72aa13-volunteers . You are not limited to the hours mentioned above, and feel free to sign up in pairs!
If you are not able to donate your time right now, there will be other opportunities. And remember, you can always buy a share, make a loan, or buy gift cards to support the market, in addition to your regular shopping. We need $500,000 to allow the store to have operating cash and pay off equipment.

Currently we need volunteer specialists who can:
• Santa for the Market’s Holiday party Saturday, December 9, 11-3 p.m.
• Carolers for the Market Holiday party Saturday, December 9, 11-3 p.m.
• Fix email issues so weekly specials and events can be send out to the 2700 who want to receive email
• Solicit acoustic artists to perform in the Café. No tip jar, no pay
• Donate funds for boosting Clifton Market posts on social media
• Fundraise $500,000 (grant money, food desert initiative funding, etc.)
• Connect with employers in the area to encourage use of Clifton Market for their catering needs
• Promoting Clifton Market gift cards
• Go door to door on your street changing buyer habits
• Organize employee get-togethers
• Build or buy quad sink for street grilling that fulfills health requirements and reduces fees
• Purchase sidewalk A frame signs
• Promote “Grocery Delivery” a major source of revenue. Pick up for $2, delivery for $10 within 5 miles
• Source landscapers for the back parking lot
• Purchase Clifton Market magnets & bumper stickers
• Create Laser Logo on the south back of the building by projecting from Gaslight Properties. You may be able to use several inexpensive laser decorators, a logo stencil and optical lens. Consult Tom Lohre.
• Chain the outdoor chairs to the loading dock
• Give testimonials about the market
• Be the sushi chef
• Getting the cart provider information to see if it is possible to emboss new handles with the name wanted

Special tasks currently being addressed:
• Outreach to UC & surrounding hospitals, posting re-purposed political yard signs with Clifton Market information signs at stop lights on the way in to the market (Tom Lohre is working on this)
• Fix store microphone, need sound specialist willing to donate help (Rob Currens is working on this)
• Pressure wash the loading dock (Tom Sinclair is working on this.)
• Patch and paint the nick in the front of the store (Jay Wilson is working on this)
• Deliver cards to the Clifton area the 279 shareholders who have not picked up their cards (Rama Kasturi is working on this)
• Purchase 21-4” x 6” simple light wood frames to hold images of staff (Michelle Schwenkner is working on this)
• Create Pillars of the Community Scroll to commemorate those who made loans, a long piece of paper 22” wide of all the donors and naming rights in the foyer of the market (Irene Moore is working on the list of names)
Promotion Ideas
• $.05 off when you bring your own bags
• #5 Plastic collection days
• Cincy Item Table
• Have ingredients of tastings available

Thank you again!
Tom Lohre
Clifton Market Marketing/Fundraising Volunteer Public Spreadsheet
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1uGRmubxM4RrIKi8PNGeqN_hsFu7ohp0lkpLeRVQ0p7s/edit?usp=sharing
Anyone with the link should be able to edit. If you have problems email thoslohre49 at gmail.com
513-236-1704

319 Ludlow Ave, • Cincinnati, Ohio 45220
Free parking in our lot. Additional parking in the adjacent Clifton Business lot (have your ticket validated at checkout for free parking).
Handicap-accessible parking is available next to the front door.

General Information & Hours
513-861-3000
info@cliftonmarket.com
Holiday Hours
Christmas Eve 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Closed Christmas Day
New Year’s Eve 7 a.m. – 8 p.m.
New Year’s Day 9 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Sunday through Thursday 7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Friday and Saturday 7 a.m. - 11 p.m.


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Edited 23 Nov · 5 neighborhoods in Recommendations
Where is your next meal coming from?
You never know where your next meal is coming from. I bumped into a lady with a full Clifton Market grocery cart in front of Sitwell’s on Thanksgiving Day. She asked me if I knew how to drive, I said No. Suddenly I realized someone (Keith Brock, Clifton Market general manager) had bought her the groceries with his own money and now she was looking for a way to get them home northwest of Hamilton and North Bend Road. We loaded the eight bags of groceries into the car and drove home to her four children, two boys 12 and 10 and twin girls 4.
I stopped back at the market to learn Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday were good days for the market. Keith said, “They know we are here, they just do not want to wait in those long lines.” Sales specialist Nasim said, “Her friends are slowly learning Clifton Market prices are right in step with the big box stores and sometimes lower. “The firewood is cheaper!,” she added.
Looking to start making funny art re-purposed political signs for the market to go with the ones posted around the perimeter of the market.
Happy Thanksgiving

Audio
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1W0yU8AokyGXattny6US6i7iSL_vpH869/view?usp=sharing

 


Clifton Market Report Week of November 12 to Nov 18, 2017

Keith will be spokesperson for the next video this Friday.

Putting up re-purposed political yard signs around the perimeter of the market. I have found that most do not know about the market and if they do, did not know it is a full service grocery store. The next patch of signs will say “Shop Community Owned, Full Service Grocery Store, Clifton Market, 319 Ludlow Ave., across from the Esquire Theater.” Keep your fingers crossed these signs create an increase in sales every week, so far they have. David Mann donated 500 of his political yards signs for the cause. Looking for a silk screener to print 400.

Clifton Market does not have corporate to create and produce literature and marketing. We have to create corporate for the market. The employees for the most part came from grocery stores that had their parent corporation producing signage, literature and marketing projects. When sales failed to rise to sustainable levels funding for marketing was cut. The market is running barebones, providing groceries with a small staff. We need 100 more people in the store daily.

80% of our shoppers are people who see a grocery store and shop there no questions asked. 80% of shareholders are not shopping at the market. Shareholders though having a larger basket only make up 15% of sales.

The most important thing you can do to support the market is to shop there 24/7 and encourage your neighbors to do the same. Your full service community grocery store needs everyone to adapt and substitute.
The second most important thing is to promote the market using your social media. Your genuine, honest, positive post to your friends is needed. You need not make it in anyway slick.

Clifton Market Marketing/Fundraising Volunteers

Our greatest need is to find fund raisers to finish the job. Paying off the equipment and provide significant operating cash through this difficult startup phase.
Second we need marketing professionals willing to create, make, and distribute ideas to get more shoppers into the market. We would like 100 more shoppers a day. Get your idea OK-ed by Keith Brock, general manager and then make it happen. We need gorilla marketers and social media marketers. Video customers and employees and post them on social media. We need social media people to throw all their weight into fun stories of employees and shoppers, breaking through and creating a buying frenzy that matches the sharp uptick in sales from the stories in the Enquirer.
We need greeters -- people to represent Clifton Market, either at the market during busy hours (5 to 7 p.m. on weekdays and 12 to 7 p.m. on weekends) or at events in/around the neighborhood. Our goal is to spread awareness and positivity about our wonderful store.
If you are willing and able to be a greeter, please contact Tom Lohre at 513-236-1704 or thoslohre49@gmail.com to arrange a time. A SignUpGenius site is also active, http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e044aada72aa13-volunteers . You are not limited to the hours mentioned above, and feel free to sign up in pairs!

If you are not able to donate your time right now, there will be other opportunities. And remember, you can always buy a share, make a loan, or buy gift cards to support the market, in addition to your regular shopping. We need $500,000 to allow the store to have operating cash and pay off equipment.

Currently we need volunteer specialists who can:
• Santa for the Market’s Holiday party Saturday, December 9, 11-3 p.m.
• Carolers for the Market Holiday party Saturday, December 9, 11-3 p.m.
• Fix email issues so weekly specials and events can be send out to the 2700 who want to receive email
• Solicit acoustic artists to perform in the Café. No tip jar, no pay
• Donate funds for boosting Clifton Market posts on social media
• Fundraise $500,000 (grant money, food desert initiative funding, etc.)
• Connect with employers in the area to encourage use of Clifton Market for their catering needs
• Promoting Clifton Market gift cards

More Specialists Jobs
• Go door to door on your street changing buyer habits
• Create plaques to commemorate those who purchased naming rights for tables or carts and made loans (Main Library downtown has a carbon laser) See Tom Lohre
• Purchase 21-4” x 6” simple light wood frames to hold images of staff
• Organize employee get-togethers
• Build or buy quad sink for street grilling that fulfills health requirements and reduces fees
• Purchase sidewalk A frame signs
• Promote “Grocery Delivery” a major source of revenue. Pick up for $2, delivery for $10 within 5 miles
• Source landscapers for the back parking lot
• Purchase Clifton Market magnets & bumper stickers
• Create Laser Logo on the south back of the building by projecting from Gaslight Properties. You may be able to use several inexpensive laser decorators, a logo stencil and optical lens. Consult Tom Lohre.
• Chain the outdoor chairs to the loading dock
• Create sign up card for shoppers to receive weekly specials and events via email

Special tasks currently being addressed:
• Outreach to UC & surrounding hospitals, posting the Clifton Market sign with an additional information sign in prominent employment places UpTown. (Tom Lohre is working on this)
• Fix store microphone, need sound specialist willing to donate help (Rob Currens is working on this)
• Pressure wash the loading dock (Tom Sinclair is working on this.)
• Patch and paint the nick in the front of the store (Jay Wilson is working on this)
• Call 275 shareholders who have not picked up their cards (Carol Talbot did the first round of calling and found shareholders did not know they needed the card. Carol mentioned time to time specials for shareholders.)

Promotion Ideas
• $.05 off when you bring your own bags
• #5 Plastic collection days
• Cincy Item Table
• Have ingredients of tastings available

Thank you again!
Tom Lohre
Clifton Market Marketing/Fundraising Volunteer
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1uGRmubxM4RrIKi8PNGeqN_hsFu7ohp0lkpLeRVQ0p7s/edit?usp=sharing
Anyone with the link should be able to edit. If you have problems email thoslohre49 at gmail.com
513-236-1704

319 Ludlow Ave, • Cincinnati, Ohio 45220
Free parking in our lot. Additional parking in the adjacent Clifton Business lot (have your ticket validated at checkout for free parking).
Handicap-accessible parking is available next to the front door.

General Information & Hours
513-861-3000
info@cliftonmarket.com
Holiday Hours
Christmas Eve 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Closed Christmas Day
New Year’s Eve 7 a.m. – 8 p.m.
New Year’s Day 9 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Sunday through Thursday 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Friday and Saturday 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.


Clifton Market Report Week of November 5 to Nov 11, 2017

Transcript: YouTube Video https://youtu.be/bn3XLa9pCZ4

Hi, I am Gary Crawford, president of the Clifton Market. And, I’m Keith Brock general manager of Clifton Co-Operative Market. We have some very exciting news this week for the shareholders as well as our guests. Keith and I have revamped, rebranded our social media program. It’s a complete program that will begin in the next couple of weeks. As of December 13th, that will be our last printed ad. Then everything will be online for whomever wants to see it. Number two we have heard a lot about ongoing communication and we have a feature that is part of the social media that will allow us to communicate in a real time basis, very quickly, with everyone. Also we have had a number of people ask us about doing a survey, find out what people think about the market. We will be able to do that survey and Keith will be able to look at those results as we go forward. I continue to thank you for your support. Looking forward to a wonderful holiday season. We’ve got all kinds of nice stuff. As you can see we are standing in front of the seafood department. I have often said that this is the finest seafood department in the city. If you are not buying seafood here you are probably not getting the quality you deserve and your family deserves. Look forward to seeing you all, Keith? Anything from you? As always everyone is welcome. Thank you

The most important thing you can do to support the market is to shop there 24/7 and encourage your neighbors to do the same. Your full service community grocery store needs everyone to adapt and substitute.
The second most important thing is to promote the market using your social media. Your genuine, honest, positive post to your friends is needed. You need not make it in anyway slick.

Clifton Market Marketing/Fundraising Volunteers

Our greatest need is to find fund raisers to finish the job. Paying off the equipment and provide significant operating cash through this difficult startup phase.
Second we need marketing professionals willing to create, make, and distribute ideas to get more shoppers into the market. We would like 100 more shoppers a day. Get your idea OK-ed by Keith Brock, general manager and then make it happen. We need gorilla marketers and social media marketers. Video customers and employees and post them on social media. We need social media people to throw all their weight into fun stories of employees and shoppers, breaking through and creating a buying frenzy that matches the sharp uptick in sales from the stories in the Enquirer.
We need greeters -- people to represent Clifton Market, either at the market during busy hours (5 to 7 p.m. on weekdays and 12 to 7 p.m. on weekends) or at events in/around the neighborhood. Our goal is to spread awareness and positivity about our wonderful store.
If you are willing and able to be a greeter, please contact Tom Lohre at 513-236-1704 or thoslohre49@gmail.com to arrange a time. A SignUpGenius site is also active, http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e044aada72aa13-volunteers . You are not limited to the hours mentioned above, and feel free to sign up in pairs!

If you are not able to donate your time right now, there will be other opportunities. And remember, you can always buy a share, make a loan, or buy gift cards to support the market, in addition to your regular shopping. We need $500,000 to allow the store to have operating cash and pay off equipment.

Currently we need volunteer specialists who can:
• 5 volunteer hors d'oeuvres servers dressed in black and white for the Market’s Holiday party Saturday, December 9, 11-3 p.m.
• Carolers for the Market Holiday party Saturday, December 9, 11-3 p.m.
• Fix email issues so weekly specials and events can be send out to the 2700 who want to receive email
• Donate funds for Bearcash SPRING ad
• Solicit acoustic artists to perform in the Café. No tip jar, no pay
• Donate funds for boosting Clifton Market posts on social media
• Create sign up card for shoppers to receive weekly specials and events via email
• Fix store microphone, need sound specialist
• Fundraise $500,000 (grant money, food desert initiative funding, etc.)
• Connect with employers in the area to encourage use of Clifton Market for their catering needs
• Promoting Clifton Market gift cards
• Go door to door on your street changing buyer habits
• Create plaques to commemorate those who purchased naming rights for tables or carts and made loans (Main Library downtown has a carbon laser) See Tom Lohre
• Purchase 21-4” x 6” simple light wood frames to hold images of staff
• Organize employee get-togethers
• Build or buy quad sink for street grilling that fulfills health requirements and reduces fees
• Purchase sidewalk A frame signs
• Promote “Grocery Delivery” a major source of revenue. Pick up for $2, delivery for $10 within 5 miles
• Source landscapers for the back parking lot
• Purchase Clifton Market magnets & bumper stickers
• Create Laser Logo on the south back of the building by projecting from Gaslight Properties. You may be able to use several inexpensive laser decorators, a logo stencil and optical lens. Consult Tom Lohre.
• Call 275 shareholders who have not picked up their cards
• Chain the outdoor chairs to the loading dock

Special tasks currently being addressed:
• Outreach to UC & surrounding hospitals, posting the Clifton Market sign with an additional information sign in prominent employment places UpTown. (Tom Lohre is working on this)
• Pressure wash the loading dock (Tom Sinclair is working on this.)
• Patch and paint the nick in the front of the store (Jay Wilson is working on this)

Promotion Ideas
• $.05 off when you bring your own bags
• #5 Plastic collection days
• Cincy Item Table

Clifton Market Board Meeting

Date: Monday 11/20/2017
Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Location:
E.T. Carson Masonic Lodge
218 Ludlow Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45220

Note the new meeting location: the Masonic Lodge on Ludlow Avenue east of Clifton Avenue. Parking is available at the rear of the building, and entrance to the Lodge is also at the rear through the right-hand door.

All Clifton Market share owners are welcome to attend this Board meeting. As soon as the agenda is finalized, we will share it with owners.

Thank you again!
Tom Lohre
Clifton Market Marketing/Fundraising Volunteer
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1uGRmubxM4RrIKi8PNGeqN_hsFu7ohp0lkpLeRVQ0p7s/edit?usp=sharing
Anyone with the link should be able to edit. If you have problems email thoslohre49 at gmail.com
513-236-1704


 

Clifton Market Report Week of October 29 to Nov 4, 2017

Transcript: https://youtu.be/teJ-4zPiWe8
Hi, Tom. Gary Crawford, president of the co-op. I really appreciate you inviting me in to take a couple of minutes to update the members of the store. We continue to see some progress. We have actually formed a financial committee. A group of people who are looking strictly at the finances, for the store. Sales have kind-of leveled back off a bit but we have other things that are coming. The weekly flyer we have been doing; we will move away from that and really hammer the social media piece a lot more. The feedback we have been getting, that is where most people are getting their information anyway. We still just need the support of the members to keep coming in. We are moving up in the basket a little bit. We had some improvement there. The average number of shoppers has moved up a little bit. Where we find ourselves really is that only about 25% of our sales are coming from members and the rest of that is coming from the public. I know we are starting to resonate with the community about the store. And with that, come in and see how we have improved.

The most important thing you can do to support the market is to shop there 24/7 and encourage your neighbors to do the same. Your full service community grocery store needs everyone to adapt and substitute.

Clifton Market Marketing/Fundraising Volunteers

Our greatest need at this time is to find fund raisers to finish the job. Paying off the equipment and provide significant operating cash through the difficult startup phase.
Second we need marketing professionals willing to create, make, and distribute ideas to get more shoppers into the market. We would like 100 more shoppers a day. Get your idea OK-ed by Keith Brock, general manager and then make it happen. We need gorilla marketers and social media marketers. Video customers and employees and post them on social media. We need YouTubers to throw all their weight into fun stories of employees and shoppers, hoping to break through and create a buying frenzy that match the uptick in sales from the stories in the Enquirer.

We need greeters -- people to represent Clifton Market, either at the market during busy hours (5 to 7 p.m. on weekdays and 12 to 7 p.m. on weekends) or at events in/around the neighborhood. Our goal is to spread awareness and positivity about our wonderful store.
If you are willing and able to be a greeter, please contact Tom Lohre at 513-236-1704 or thoslohre49@gmail.com to arrange a time. A SignUpGenius site is also active, http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e044aada72aa13-volunteers . You are not limited to the hours mentioned above, and feel free to sign up in pairs!

If you are not able to donate your time right now, there will be other opportunities. And remember, you can always buy a share, make a loan, or buy gift cards to support the market, in addition to your regular shopping. We need $500,000 to allow the store to have operating cash and pay off equipment.

Currently we need volunteer specialists who can:
• Fix email issues so weekly specials and events can be send out to the 2700 who want to receive email
• Create sign up card for shoppers to receive weekly specials and events via email
• Fix store microphone, need sound specialist
• Fundraise (grant money, food desert initiative funding, etc.)
• Connect with employers in the area to encourage use of Clifton Market for their catering needs
• Promoting Clifton Market gift cards
• Go door to door on your street changing buyer habits
• Create plaques to commemorate those who purchased naming rights for tables or carts and made loans (Main Library downtown has a carbon laser) See Tom Lohre
• Purchase 21-4” x 6” simple light wood frames to hold images of staff
• Organize employee get-togethers
• Build or buy quad sink for street grilling that fulfills health requirements and reduces fees
• Purchase sidewalk A frame signs
• Patch and paint the nick in the front of the store
• Promote “Grocery Delivery” a major source of revenue. Pick up for $2, delivery for $10 within 10 miles
• Source landscapers for the back parking lot
• Purchase Clifton Market magnets & bumper stickers
• Create Laser Logo on the south back of the building by projecting from Gaslight Properties. You may be able to use several inexpensive laser decorators, a logo stencil and optical lens. Consult Tom Lohre.

Special tasks currently being addressed:
• Establish an outside break area on the loading dock. (Maureen Gallagher and Steve Knight are working on this)
• Call 275 shareholders who have not picked up their cards (Carol Talbot is working on this)
• Outreach to UC & surrounding hospitals, posting the Clifton Market sign with an additional information sign in prominent employment places UpTown. (Tom is working on this)
• Pressure wash the loading dock (Tom Sinclair is working on this.)

Send in your sayings for your own repurposed political yard sign:

For example:
I Love the Meatloaf
Meet me at the Market
I love the Hot-Deli

Clifton Market Board Meeting

Date: Monday 11/20/2017
Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Location:
E.T. Carson Masonic Lodge
218 Ludlow Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45220

Note the new meeting location: the Masonic Lodge on Ludlow Avenue east of Clifton Avenue. Parking is available at the rear of the building, and entrance to the Lodge is also at the rear through the right-hand door.

All Clifton Market share owners are welcome to attend this Board meeting. As soon as the agenda is finalized, we will share it with owners.

Thank you again!
Tom Lohre
Clifton Market Marketing/Fundraising Volunteer
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1uGRmubxM4RrIKi8PNGeqN_hsFu7ohp0lkpLeRVQ0p7s/edit?usp=sharing
Anyone with the link should be able to edit. If you have problems email thoslohre49@gmail.com
513-236-1704


Timeline Links to Press, Video and Audio

Cincinnati enquirer article http://www.cincinnati.com/story/money/2017/09/11/food-fight-clifton-market-survive/609857001/

Audio of September 7, 2017 Fundraising Meeting
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1lRcsOZONQjZlM1ZkctUnlYb3c/view?usp=sharing

Clifton Market board erupts over future ALEXANDER COOLIDGE | THE ENQUIRER
https://amp.cincinnati.com/amp/605165001

Audio of August 31, 2017 Fundraising Meeting https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1lRcsOZONQjWDEzZXA3WDRNNFk/view?usp=sharing

Clifton Market Shareholder's Meeting Saturday, August 26, 2017 https://youtu.be/975VVCKXxuc

170810 Board Meeting Audio https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1lRcsOZONQjWGszdkR5THo5eWs/view?usp=sharing


Volunteer Spreadsheet
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1uGRmubxM4RrIKi8PNGeqN_hsFu7ohp0lkpLeRVQ0p7s/edit?usp=sharing


Links to Social Media

Clifton Market Timeline

http://tomlohre.com/cliftonmarket.htm

Clifton Market Email Newsletter Archive used for weekly flyer email
http://us3.campaign-archive1.com/home/?u=a589bed20ab4a84eb09085dde&id=855b6969b5

Clifton Market Email Newsletter Archive used for Board News
http://us3.campaign-archive2.com/home/?u=a589bed20ab4a84eb09085dde&id=e9009f214f

Clifton Market

http://cliftonmarket.com/

Clifton Market Volunteers

https://www.facebook.com/groups/CliftonMarkt/

Shareholders and Friends of Clifton Market

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1374229112904343/?ref=br_rs&sw_fnr_id=1806600419&fnr_t=0

Clifton Chronicle

https://www.facebook.com/groups/249378451740653/

Instagram

https://www.instagram.com/cliftonmarket/

Instagram

https://www.instagram.com/explore/locations/442864284/clifton-market/

Twitter

https://twitter.com/CliftonMarket?lang=en

Reddit

https://www.reddit.com/search?q=clifton+market

Archive Timeline

http://tomlohre.com/grocery.htm


 

"We exist to create experiences, where passion and purpose come together!"
Keith Brock, Clifton Market General Manager
General Manager
Clifton Market
319 Ludlow Ave.
Cincinnati Ohio 45220
(937) 654-5864
keith@cliftonmarket.com


 

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions about Clifton Market as of September 13, 2017

• Shareholders may receive dividends in the future

• One thousand dollars is the lowest loan amount

• How will this impact my home value? Having an uptrend co-op grocery store will increase overall value of property in Clifton. The value of your home is tied to the quality of the community and proximity to amenities. Walkable and bike-friendly neighborhoods nationwide are trending in a positive direction. Full-service grocery stores are an essential component of a pedestrian-friendly community.

• Will I have to work at the store? No. Clifton Market will be a consumer-owned cooperative grocery store. This means a general manager and fully paid staff will be hired by the Board of Directors to manage and run the store.

• How do I buy a $200 share? Stop by Clifton Market, 319 Ludlow

Clifton Market; PO Box 20162; Cincinnati, OH 45220
https://cliftonmarket.com
info@cliftonmarket.com