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American Cash Mobs

Here are some of the American Cash Mobs that we know about, organized alphabetically by state.  If you know of another one, let us know!  If you are looking for International Cash Mobs, click here.

Alabama

Auburn

Birmingham

Decatur

Mobile

Montgomery

Alaska

Palmer

Arizona

Glendale

Phoenix

Phoenix II

Tucson

Arkansas

Fayetteville

North Little Rock

California

Castro Valley

Clovisville

Elk Grove

Fountain Valley

High Desert

Humboldt

Imperial Valley (Facebook)

Kings County

La Jolla

Long Beach

Los Angeles

West Los Angeles

Modesto

Mountain View

Oakland

Orange County (Facebook)

Palm Springs

Petaluma

Placer County

Sacramento (Facebook)

San Diego

San Jose

San Lorenzo

Santa Cruz (facebook)

Sonora

Studio City

Temecula

Torrance

Vacaville

Colorado

Carbondale

Centennial (Twitter)

Colorado Springs

Denver

Denver II

Fort Collins

Littleton

Longmont (Facebook)

Loveland

Lyons (Twitter)

Windsor

Connecticut

Hartford

New London

Delaware

Clayton

District of Columbia

Washington, D.C.

Florida

Baldwin

Bradenton

Central Coast

Englewood

Fort Myers

Gainesville

Ivanhoe Village (Twitter)

Jacksonville

Orlando

Saint Petersburg/Gulfport

Tallahassee

Tampa (website)

Georgia

Athens

Atlanta

Atlanta II (facebook) (Meetup)

Augusta (Twitter)

Covington

Gwinnett County

Peachtree City

Savannah

Hawaii

Honolulu (Facebook)

Idaho

North Canyon

Twin Falls

Illinois

Berwyn

Bloomington-Normal

Chicago

Homewood

Joliet

Peoria

Rockford

Indiana

Columbus

Greencastle (Facebook)

Indianapolis

Lebanon

Michiana

Noblesville

Iowa

Des Moines (Facebook)

North Iowa

Kansas

Harper

Wichita (Facebook)

Kentucky

Louisville

Northern Kentucky

Louisiana

New Orleans

New Orleans II

Maine

Bangor

Lewiston/Auburn

Norway (Facebook)

Portland (Facebook)

Rockland

Waterville

Maryland

Baltimore

Southern Maryland

Massachusetts

Boston

Brookline

Dorchester

Easton

Holliston

Malden

Middleborough-Lakeville

Stoughton

Taunton

Wakefield

Webster

Michigan

Ann Arbor (Facebook)

Dearborn

Detroit

Detroit II (Facebook)

Farmington

Flint

Grand Rapids

Holland (Blog)

Huron County

Jackson

Lake Orion

Lansing

Lenewee County

Mount Clemens (Facebook)

Muskegon (Twitter)

Ortonville

Plainwell

Sturgis

Minnesota

Saint Cloud

Minneapolis (Twitter)

Milwaukee

Rosemount

Mississippi

Tupelo (Facebook)

Missouri

Kansas City (Facebook)

Northland (Twitter)

Saint Louis (Twitter)

Sedalia

Warrensburg

Washington

Montana

Great Falls

Nebraska

Omaha (Facebook)

Omaha II

Sidney (Facebook)

New Hampshire

Concord

Rochester

Nevada

Fallon

Henderson (Facebook)

Las Vegas (Twitter)

New Jersey

Metuchen (website)

Stanhope

New Mexico

Albuquerque (email)

New York

Albany

Bellport

Brooklyn

Buffalo

East Quogue

Genesee County

Haverstraw (Facebook)

The Hamptons

New York City

Nyack

Oswego

Rochester (Facebook)

Soho, New York City

Syracuse

Tonawanda

North Carolina

Asheville

Catawba County (website)

Chapel Hill

Charlotte (Twitter)

Durham

Franklin (Twitter)

Fuquay-Varina (Facebook)

Gastonia

Greensboro (Facebook)

Hilton Head (Facebook)

Raleigh

Statesville

Wake Forest

Winston-Salem (facebook) (email)

Ohio

Cleveland

Cleveland – Old Brooklyn

Cleveland (Sandhya Gupta)

Cleveland (Tremont/Ohio City) (Facebook)

Canton/Massillon

Dayton (Facebook)

Fostoria (Facebook)

Lakewood (Facebook)

Kent

Garrettsville

Akron

Marietta

Millersburg

Painesville

Norwood

Willoughby

Youngstown (Twitter)

Hillsboro

Washington Court House

Lancaster

Lima

Toledo

Mahoning Valley (Facebook)

Hudson (Facebook)

Columbus

Van Wert

Washington Court House

Cincinnati

Oklahoma

Duncan

Norman

Enid (Facebook)

Bartlesville (Facebook)

Lawton

Oklahoma City

Tulsa

Oregon

Bend

Eugene

La Grande

Myrtle Creek

Portland

St. Johns

Sherwood (Twitter)

Stayton/Sublimity

Pennsylvania

Berks

Bethlehem

Carbon County

Kutztown

Greencastle

Lehighton

Main Line

Philadelphia

Phoenixville

Pittsburgh

Scranton

Wayne County (website)

Rhode Island

Blackstone Valley

Wakefield

Warwick

Scranton (Facebook)

Westerley

South Carolina

Columbia (Facebook)

Tennessee

Atoka

Hilton Head

Nashville (Facebook)

Nashville II

Knoxville (Facebook)

Memphis

Memphis II

Texas

Austin

Austin II

Dallas (Facebook)

Denton

El Paso

Houston

Killeen

San Antonio

Utah

Logan

Salt Lake City

Saint George (Facebook)

Vermont

Burlington

Waterbury

“Vermont”

Virginia

Loudoun

Portsmouth

Richmond

Hampton Roads

Blacksburg

Charlottesville

Front Royal

Roanoke

Washington

Chelan

Clark County

Cowlitz

Seattle

Kitsap

Burien

Bellevue

Bellingham (Facebook)

Olympia

Renton

Tacoma (Facebook)

Vancouver

Yakima (Facebook)

West Virginia

Huntington

Wheeling

Wisconsin

Eau Claire

Madison

Wausau


139 Comments

  1. PJ monahan says:

    Im starting one in Red Bank NJ,30 min outside NYC.

    Im using the tagline “get social + Spend Local”
    setting up facebook page in a few and cant wait to make a difference in my community. TY

  2. Karen says:

    you should do a cash mob in Suffern, NY

  3. Patti says:

    Anyone wanting to form a cash mob in Valley, Alabama, let me know!

  4. Jeff Otto says:

    Yes, I like the idea of cash mobs! In fact, I would hope that shoppers would buy what they would otherwise would intend to buy at the large box stores. Americans do not realize what we are doing to ourselves by shopping at these places that mostly sell imported products and employ a lot of people but only at part time to not have to pay or provide them with benefits. I could go on and on!

  5. Jeff Otto says:

    How about Scio, Oregon? We just got a new Wally World in nearby Albany. Place is packed. Locals ~ don’t say you were not warned by the effects of approving this project!

  6. Christine Anselmi says:

    We would like to have one in Cut Off,Louisiana and the surrounding areas,Things have been rough since the oil spill….They need help also..

  7. We have them in Flagstaff, AZ!

  8. liz says:

    any where closer to Rockford, il? please come

  9. Joy Lovett says:

    I would love to do a cash mob in Jacksonville Alabama. Anyone near Jacksonville contact me and lets organize one. I am originallly from New York and have been living here for some 15 years. We sure do love us some Jacksonville.

  10. judy says:

    i love your idea How about one here in Winchester Kentucky?

    • Andrew Samtoy says:

      Judy –

      I read this and imagined a soft, sweet Kentucky accent. Start by getting the Twitter handle @cmwinchester!

      Andrew

  11. This is really cool. There was one here in Grand Rapids, Mi this past holiday season. I’m very excited to see folks getting behind local businesses in this day and age. Power to the people!

  12. Mary Walker says:

    Would be awesome to have one near me. I’m in Montgomery, TX. I saw the one for Houston but they’re concentrating on inner Houston which is about 2 hrs drive from me on a good day

  13. Cyndy Salins says:

    Hi! I see where in the rules it says you must spend $20. Does that still apply if it’s a little diner you want to help save? Actually, $5 per person would be a lot for this place. lol!

  14. Sarah says:

    Anyone want to start a cash mob in the central Maine area? I like the idea of purchasing products from the small stores in the community. I also prefer to buy american made products whenever possible because when we do we are helping to keep another fellow American working :-)

    • Andrew Samtoy says:

      Sarah –

      I’ve wanted to go to Maine for eleven years, no joke. When you start one let me know and I’ll try to make it!

      Andrew

  15. JD Straw says:

    I’m a very senior, senior citizen and have never been good at organizing or leading any kind of movement, but I am a good follower if it’s a good cause, and this truly is a good cause. That being said, I hope that someone in Jacksonville, Florida will start such a movement! I’m all for it!

    • Andrew Samtoy says:

      JD –

      The greatest leaders in history have first been good followers, and it sounds like you have a lot of experience working for you. I would strongly urge you to consider organizing one of these. Plenty of people have gone before you; we’d love to have you on board!

      Andrew

    • Steven says:

      JD… I would love to help you set this up. Get back with me at UIUC_1978@yahoo.com so we can get this set up.

      • What a beautiful conversation. I bet you are a WONDERFUL leader and organizer. You’re typing on a computer, aren’t you? The beauty of social media, is that you’re already there! Steven, YOU just inspired me to start a Cash Mob in Wapakoneta, Ohio. You too, Mr. Samtoy. My heart is pounding right now. Thank you!

      • Andrew Samtoy says:

        Thanks Melanie! When you have your Twitter/Facebook set up, let me know and we’ll add you to the list!

  16. I agree that $20 is too much for a place like a diner. Or maybe even a $dollar store. Let people spend what they can, as long as they spend.

  17. Mady says:

    IS THERE ONE IN CONNECTICUT, LIKE BRIDGEPORT OR MILFORD OR TRUMBULL???

  18. Erin Szablewski says:

    Alright! If anyone is in Milwaukee, WI, let’s get together! I’ll see about starting one!

  19. Nicole says:

    Has anyone started a CM in New Orleans?

  20. Sandhya Gupta says:

    Cash mob tonight in Cleveland! January 31, 2012. 61st and St. Clair. 6pm-9pm. See you there!

  21. Nicole says:

    New Orleans Cash Mob find us on Twitter @cmneworleans

  22. Nicole says:

    New Orleans Cash Mob..just set up Facebook account, please join lets do our part!

  23. Renee says:

    Loveland Cash Mob – our first event is this Saturday and I’m so excited. Thanks, Andrew for all the info and encouragement you have on your website.
    Folks, don’t be afraid to start one in your community! I just started our local mob on FaceBook about 2 weeks ago and we have over 75 members so far.
    I’d love to see this idea spread to every city and town in America!

  24. Matt says:

    Check this out. Some people bought the whole store!
    http://www.storebuyout.com/

  25. Pam Goes says:

    Rhode Island has had two so far. The first was organized by Laura Winward – who posted earlier about how she organized it. The second was in central RI and the store that was mobbed was mine – Anything Goes. There are two more scheduled – March 1 and March 2 – with others being talked about or in the planning stages. As both a mobber and a mobbee I can say that it has been a remarkable experience. The most exciting piece has been the buzz after the first two. People are really taking notice – and more and more are wanting to participate!

  26. Excited to be starting this in Downtown Blacksburg, Virginia! Just created the new twitter feed- cmdtblacksburg and even put a countdown clock on our website: http://www.downtownblacksburg.com
    Hoping the students at Virginia Tech and the community of Blacksburg will join the fun and support our cash mob!

  27. Darik Eaton says:

    Just Started CMSeattle on Twitter, Facebook Next. Looking forward to spreading the movement. Pass along to your friends in the Evergreen State!

  28. We are a new group first Mob was this past Saturday, Hillsboro, Ohio

    our group on facebook is here https://www.facebook.com/groups/cashmobhighland/ we welcome anyone who wants to help us Mob our town back to what it once was. Thanks so much I hope you can add us to the groups on here

  29. Cash Mob! « says:

    [...] chance to show our local small business owners how much you appreciate your downtown. Check out the Cash Mob Blog – we are already listed as participants and our countdown to the next Cash Mob clock is [...]

  30. CashMob says:

    The Dallas,TX CashMob group has been setup. You can find us on Twitter @CashMobDallasTX. Please email cashmobdallastx@gmail.com if you have any questions.

  31. Dani B says:

    We hope your link on this page for Las Vegas will direct everyone to http://www.twitter.com/cmlasvegasnv We are very excited to be kicking off here on March 24th. I just got off the phone with our first business owner that we’ll be visiting and she said sweetly, “Why me?”. and I said, “Because we love our community and you are a big part of it.”

  32. [...] Cash Mobs Near You! [...]

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  34. k.kemper says:

    am a biz consultant; your idea is great. I hope you separate those
    small biz’s that are actually hobbyiests from those that are small biz’s.
    The difference is, one is open for his-her own benefit and the other
    is open to solve consumer’s problems–the only reason to be in biz.

  35. [...] You can read a much more in-depth discussion about what cash mobs are here. And here is the link for a cash mob blog that highlights cash mob locations across the country. [...]

  36. [...] You can read a much more in-depth discussion about what cash mobs are here. And here is the link for a cash mob blog that highlights cash mob locations across the country. [...]

  37. [...] You can read a much more in-depth discussion about what cash mobs are here. And here is the link for a cash mob blog that highlights cash mob locations across the country. [...]

  38. connie says:

    I noticed you do not have the cash mob listed that we had in Lompoc, CA. It was an absolute success. 2 weeks later, still the buzz of the town. I was the business mobbed. The first in our
    community. I was very pleased to be apart of this Fabulous
    Event. We had sooooooo much fun!!!!!

  39. kmkildea says:

    Andrew –
    First off — THANK YOU for all you are doing to support this movement. This site is a wonderful resource for those of us who are scratching our heads a bit with the enormity, speed, and power of this movement!

    Thank you for listing our second Charlottesville, VA cashmob – I commented earlier tonight under the ‘advice’ post about my unfortunate encounter with the twitter police. *sigh* I believe I’ll get it resolved and get our twitter account re-instated…hopefully soon!…. but could I ask you to maybe link to our fb page instead, since so far, Mr. Zuckerburg hasn’t pulled the plug. :-(
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cash-Mob-Charlottesville/238350072923048

    Great work – and thank you to everyone out there doing small things for great good in their communities!

  40. Nancy Cothrum says:

    Here is an update on my progress. Yesterday I signed up to be a Chamber of Commerce member in Bartlesville, had a logo and business cards made. Today I talked with a location suggest by the lady at the Chamber and they said YESSSS and was very excited about it!

    The first Cash Mobs will be on March 24th (National Cash Mobs Day)!!! All I have to do now is contact radio, media and newspapers and find out how much it will cost to advertise a week in advance.

    Tonight I will be attending a “Meet and Greet” of Chamber Members. I will be handing them a business card along with a short version of what Cash Mobs is all about.

    Next week I will talk with someone in Dewey to include them also.

    http://www.facebook.com/BVILLEDEWEYCASHMOB

    https://twitter.com/#!/CMBVILLEDEWEY

    I will update how tonight goes!

    • Andrew Samtoy says:

      Fantastic job! This is great networking and great initiative.

    • Most of the papers will advertise for free, just ask them its a Grass roots effort to get ours for free we are “mobbing ” the paper on the Weekend of Memorial Day they are offering a Mobbing special to get their subscriptions up. Typically its 18 dollars to get a year of the paper that Saturday its 15 which is what we set our Mob rate at, due to our depressed economy. None the less it has been successful. Enjoy the week and good luck Christy at http://www.facebook.com/groups/cashmobhighland

  41. Ester says:

    Hello! We started cash mobs in the Tampa Bay area in mid-January — Our third one is coming up March 17. Can you include us on your list of cash mobs? Thanks for doing this!

    Here’s info on how we’re doing them: http://www.localshops1.com/?page=CashMob

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  43. Cashmob NKY says:

    Please add Cashmob NKY. We will focus on the communities of Boone, Kenton and Campbell county in Northern Kentucky (just south of Cincinnati).

    http://www.twitter.com/cashmobnky

  44. JoAnn says:

    Preparing to do one in HAWAII!!! Woohoo! Aloha!

  45. [...] help out, find a cash mob event in your area. Or if you’re feeling really inspirational, you can start one for your favorite local [...]

  46. Earlier reports of duplicate cash mob groups in Charlottesville, Virginia, are history now. We have joined forces under one name/handle! *yay* Proving, once again… that two heads are better than one. (Actually, we’re now about a dozen heads, so we’re really cookin’!)

    facebook.com/cashmobcharlottesville

    facebook.com/charlottesvillecashmob

  47. Meg says:

    Can you add us?
    Hamilton, Ontario (in Canada!)
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/CashMobHamilton
    Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/cashmobhamilton

    Thanks!

  48. Sherrie B says:

    Hi, I can’t use the link above to contact you. (No Outlook on my computer)
    Please add Athabasca Alberta Canada to you list of cash mobs.

    Find us at http://www.facebook.com/CashMobAthabascaAb

    At just over 24 hours old, our group had 50 likes. Our first mob is this Thursday. We have had radio coverage and the paper has arranged to cover the event. Am I bragging? You bet I am. I love our little town.

  49. Most Papers will do this for free, maybe not a “ad” but the articles which bring them readers etc. I am in Hillsboro Both papers and all the radio stations have picked up on this. Thought you should know just ask. Also ask business members who have been mobbed to make a statement on your facebook page to thank the community it will continue to bring in people to the businesses. Congrats on your new mob. We started ours a month ago every week we mob a business and its turning out to be a FUN time. Enjoy the week

  50. Nancy Cothrum says:

    I just went to Tulsa, Ok today and visited the 4 local TV stations and left a typed brief and my card. I invited them to come to the first event for Bartlesville/Dewey. I also invited some of the radio stations in Tulsa and the one in Bartlesville. The event is already of the TV, Newspaper and Radio Community Calendars online. I am really curious on how many people are going to be there.

  51. paul hickman says:

    Hello,

    I noticed that your link for our Ann Arbor Michigan Cash Mob takes you to a different Mob site. Could you correct the link?… please! We actually have two FB sites and a Twitter site.

    http://www.facebook.com/groups/annarborcashmob/?ref=ts

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Ann-Arbor-Cash-Mob/302602203117806

    https://twitter.com/#!/AnnArborCashMob

    thanks

    Paul (Co-Mobstigator)

  52. shaychic says:

    Can you change the link to Twitter for the Cash Mob in Wichita Kansas to https://twitter.com/CashMobICT (@CashMobICT)

    Thanks!!

  53. Tricia D. says:

    Thank you for including Rockford, Illinois!

  54. [...] Cash Mobs Near You! [...]

  55. Thanks for including ours — we’re in St. Petersburg, though, not Tampa. (There’s another one in Tampa, organized by Kim Kenney)

    Ours is St. Pete –> http://www.localshops1.com/?page=CashMob

    We had our third cash mob today — It was awesome! About 40 mobsters, and most were new customers who plan to come back! Plus lots of coverage on local news.

  56. Shelle de Beque says:

    Please add us to the list! We’ve been cash mobbing here in Carbondale, Colorado since December. Our terrific little town also recently voted down a big box retail development — for the SECOND time in 8 years.

  57. Paul Synnott says:

    Windsor, Ontario, Canada on Saturday March 25th, 2012. Location will be announced on Friday.

    https://www.facebook.com/CashMobWindsorOn

  58. Wausau, WI will have their first Cash Mob on Saturday, March 24 at 11:00am. Location to be announced.

    Follow: http://www.facebook.com/relylocalwausau for details

  59. Gayle Ostrowski says:

    We’ve had 2 very successful CASH MOB events in our small town of Ninety Six, SC. Population 1947 (2009)

  60. Gayle Ostrowski says:

    Please add Ninety Six, South Carolina to your list! We’ve had 2 events with a list of others to come! Another small town has contacted us wanting information with details!

  61. Heather D-T says:

    Cash Mobs Saint John NB

    Today is the Day Cash Mobbers we meet King Square at 5pm we support! shop! have fun! ..think outside the “BOX” store..

    http://www.facebook.com/CashMobsSaintJohn?sk=wall

  62. [...] Typically, the business owner is contacted ahead of time, to ensure there’s enough inventory available for the onrush of shoppers. Any in-store promotion of the event is at the owner’s discretion. Word gets out via Twitter, Facebook or other forms of social media—and a list of active cities can be found here. [...]

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  65. Vicki Conley says:

    We are having a Cash Mob this afternoon in Windsor CO… our link above goes to the Colorado Springs page though.. You can find us at https://www.facebook.com/CashMobWindsor

  66. Started a new Cashmob today for the Hartford County, CT area.
    Twitter: CMHartfordCT
    Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CMHartfordCT

    Looking forward to our first cashmob! And the drinks afterwards!

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  68. paul hickman says:

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    Ann Arbor Cash Mob Crawl in The Village of Dexter for Tornado Relief

    March 26, 2012
    Contact: Paul Hickman, 734.657.5586 or paul@urbanashes.com

    ANN ARBOR, Mich. – In the wake of the March 15, 2012 tornado that touched down in the Dexter area and caused considerable damage, a Tornado Relief Cash Mob Crawl has been organized by the Ann Arbor Cash Mob to support the Dexter business community on Saturday, March 31.

    The entire business community of Dexter has come out in full force to help those in need in the tornado’s aftermath. There has been a great outpouring of financial and volunteer support for the cleanup. What’s been missed in this outpouring is DIRECT support to these very businesses that have been giving so much to residents of the Dexter area. It’s time for the rest of Washtenaw County and the state of Michigan, to do their parts.

    Participants are encouraged to meet at the Monument Park gazebo in downtown Dexter at 10 a.m. on Saturday, March 31. From there the Cash Mob as a group will visit as many of the downtown Dexter businesses as possible to show support for their rebuilding of the devastated area. No single business will be singled out – all the businesses have pitched in and should be supported.

    Modeled after the “flash mob” concept, Cash Mobs have taken off nationally with the aim of supporting locally owned businesses and creating a grassroots network of engaged citizens. The Ann Arbor Cash Mob was formed in early 2012 and has “mobbed” several local businesses in the past three months, including Acme Mercantile, Morgan & York, Encore Records and more. The Ann Arbor Cash Mob has no affiliation with these businesses and anyone can join in – the idea is to bolster the local economy and have a little fun while doing it!

    The Ann Arbor Cash Mob (on Facebook and Twitter at @AnnArborCashMob) is organizing the Tornado Relief Dexter Cash Mob Crawl at the request of residents and others interested in helping out the community in a concrete way. So let’s see a real mob in Dexter on Saturday!

    For more information or to help coordinate this effort, contact Paul Hickman at 734.657.5586 or at paul@urbanashes.com.

  69. [...] también en otras partes del mundo como Australia o Austria, donde ya se han organizado algunos. La lista de Cash Mobs organizados es bien grande, aunque de momento no hay ninguno en España.Uno de los principales impulsores de [...]

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  71. Heather D-T says:

    Cash Mobs Saint John Is Ready for our 2nd Cash Mobs April 21.2012 @ 2:30pm. We are extremely excited that our numbers will be greater, now that people in our smaller community are understanding what exactly a Cash Mob is and how it works. :)
    .

    http://www.facebook.com/events/145953852198430/

  72. Nancy Cothrum says:

    The First Cash Mobs event was really small but I have been and will be spending the month of April doing nothing but Networking. I have 3 confirmations already for the big venue events in Bartlesville, Ok (Sunfest, OK Mozart and Farmer’s Market) during this year. The first one will be on May 5th. It is the opening of the Farmer’s Market. They are really excited to be a part of this event.

    I will let you know how it goes. As for the networking, it is going very well. I have had several interested people. I am looking forward to the next event to see how many come out just to see what a Cash Mobs is all about.

    Have a wonderful day! Stay safe and God Bless!

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  74. Veroushka Menser says:

    Cash Mob Warrensburg, MO. @cmwarrensburg

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  80. Burton Kelso says:

    You have the wrong link for the Kansas City Cash Mob:

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Kansas-City-Metro-Area-Cash-Mob/302574393122757

    Twitter: cmkansascity

  81. Cash Mob Burien held an official event in support of the Seattle Foundations 2012 giveBIG event to raise money for local nonprofits.We took it to a hyperlocal level and set up donation stations with laptops and had people come by a great local hotspot and logon to donate in person. The Tin Room Bar & Theater gave a food deal for all generous donors and we had a blast! This was a great out of the box way to utilize the great purpose of Cash Mobs!

  82. suziwine says:

    We are just starting our CASH MOB in Vacaville Ca facebook is http://www.facebook.com/CashMobVacaville
    Twitter is CASHMOB@Vacavilleca Can you add our city and state to the list above?

  83. suziwine says:

    We are doing our first CASH MOB in Vacaville, california June 1st we are very excited. We are going to do one a month so Look out!

  84. frescogreen says:

    New Cash Mob – Lancaster PA. Susquehanna Sustainable Business Network – a non-profit network true to the triple bottom line– People, Planet & Profit. We are local business people, professionals, investors, community members and not-for-profit leaders committed to building a more socially, environmentally, and financially stable economy–a local living economy. Building a local living economy means that locally owned businesses are strengthened by community support to increase practices and products that support a sustainable economy. We achieve this through education, advocacy and networking.

    AND

    Fresco Green – is dedicated to the passionate pursuit of providing sustainable ‘green’ products, consulting and educational services to design & building community, as well as to the individual homeowner. The mission of sustainability is a business plan focusing on creating a better place to live, work and play. What better reason to get up in the morning? People, Planet, Probity & Purpose – are the pillars of a mission to a sustainable company. With their showroom and education center in Manheim Township, and with Green Scene – the eco-lifestyle store on Gallery Row in Lancaster City, Fresco is poised to accomplish it’s mission-to-sustainability!

    Together, the organizations want to put ‘boots’ on the ground to walk the walk of helping local businesses to succeed. Cash Mob’s are a national phenomenon, will are fun, productive and encouraging in a society that otherwise can be very self serving.

  85. Cash Mob – Evil Squirrel Comics! Saturday at 2pm, 6928 N Glenwood Ave, Chicago #cashmob @chicagocashmob https://www.facebook.com/events/136996229758183/

  86. Religish says:

    Las Vegas Cash Mob has some updated links.
    https://www.facebook.com/cashmoblasvegas (Facebook)
    https://twitter.com/CMLASVEGASNV (twitter)

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  91. Founded March 14th 2013, Holliston’s inaugural Cash Mob is this coming Sat (March 20th).
    https://www.facebook.com/events/440799222665886/
    @CMHolliston

    We’ve had some local press coverage (see links at https://www.facebook.com/HollistonCashMobs), and press/media will be at the event.

    The target store has devised offers to encourage return visitors: In addition to the draw for a $25 gift certificate announced previously, other special offers for mobbers will be announced at the meet-up.

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