|Maverick Mart on the city's east side|
is the latest Northern Savings
Business of the Month
(photo from NSCU)
Northern Savings outlined some of the key attractions of the city's east side market which is a popular spot for residents from across the city owing to their range of specialty items available at the store at the corner of Frederick Street and 11th Avenue East.
As Northern Savings notes in their salute to the store, Maverick Mart has been in business for close to thirty years and provides locally sourced goods and superior service.
This week is perhaps one of the busiest that the store will see, starting with the first of three of their legendary Seafood Sales which took place on Friday, with two more to come one on Christmas Eve and the final one set for New Years Eve.
With their selection by the Credit Union as a business of the month, Maverick Mart is receiving at least two social media posts showcasing their business, in addition to the listing of the stores information through other approaches the store will benefit from a Giveaway valued at $100 through the Northern Savings Facebook page.
As well, the staff at the store will receive one coffee break served up by the staff at Northern Savings, while the store owners will receive a business health check up from the financial institution.
You can review the full overview of the company from Northern Savings here.
The List of Businesses of the Month for 2016 included:
December -- Maverick Mart - Prince Rupert
November -- Gin Kuyaas-Haida Art Studio - Old Massett
October -- Sherwood Mountain Brewhouse - Terrace
September -- Spectrum City Dance -- Prince Rupert
August -- Funk It -- Queen Charlotte City
July -- Silvertip Promotions and Signs -- Terrace
June -- Harris and Wick Goldsmiths -- Prince Rupert
May -- Bayview Market -- Port Clements
April -- SixNine Enterprises -- Terrace
March -- Rapid Gantry CNC Manufacturing -- Prince Rupert
More information about the Northern Savings Business of the month program is available here.
More notes on the commercial sector in the Northwest see our archive page here.