Shop Local in Creston

Here’s a list of local businesses worth supporting in Creston

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Downtown Creston has lots of shrubbery.

Support Creston businesses by shopping locally.

Creston residents are looking to support small businesses. The ability to shop local brings a multitude of benefits: convenience, a boost to our local economy, better and more personalized customer service.

We’ve compiled a list of local businesses worth recognizing in Creston. We’ve organized the catalog by city first and then arranged each location into three categories: Retail, Takeout / Delivery and Services.

Have you had a good Shop Local experience? Please fill out this form and help us recognize and continue to support these deserving small businesses.

We also have a Shop Local in the East Kootenay list of businesses.

Show your support for local businesses online by using the #ShopLocal, #KootenayStrong and #ThinkLocalFirst hashtags.

We here at Koocanusa Publications are providing business news on Kootenay Business. For sales and other inquiries, email KPI Media.

Shop Local in Creston:

Retail stores in Creston:

Creston Card & Stationery: Stationery, toys, art and craft supplies. Updates on Creston Card & Stationery website

Lark Coffee Roasters: Coffee shop. Updates on Lark Coffee Roasters Facebook page

Hound N Mouser: Pet store. Updates on Hound N Mouser Facebook page

Tigz Designs / Tigz TEA HUT Experience: Gift basket store. Updates on Tigz Designs website

Canyon Street Furniture: Furniture store. Updates on Canyon Street Furniture Facebook page

Morris Flowers: Garden Centre. Updates on Morris Flowers Facebook page

Pyramid Building Supplies: Lumber store. Updates on Pyramid Building Supplies Facebook page

Red Bird Estate Winery: Updates on Red Bird Estate Winery Facebook page

Treasure Life Flour Mills: Baking goods. Updates on Treasure Life Flour Mills Facebook page

Takeout / Delivery restaurants in Creston:

Demetre's Catering: Caterer. Updates on Demetre's Catering Facebook page

Jimmy's Pub & Grill: Restaurant. Updates on Jimmy's Pub & Grill Facebook page

Kootenay Natural Meats: Butchery. Updates on Kootenay Natural Meats Facebook page

Memories of India: Indian restaurant. Updates on Memories of India Facebook page

Rick's Iron Kettle Restaurant: Updates on Rick's Iron Kettle Restaurant Facebook page

Silver Spoon: Restaurant. Updates on Silver Spoon Facebook page

Service businesses in Creston:

Koocanusa Publications: Providing business news via Kootenay Business. For sales and other inquiries, email KPI Media.

Downtowner Motor Inn: Hotel. Updates on Downtowner Motor Inn website

Pair-a-Dice RV Park: Campground. Full service campsites are open for monthly, weekly and daily stays. Updates on Pair-a-Dice RV Park Facebook page

Is your business missing from our Shop Local list?

Local business owners in Creston, if you don’t see your business included on this page and you are currently in operation, please fill out this form

Kyle Born

Kyle Born is a writer for Kootenay Business and his initials match that of the magazine—it must be fate that brought them together. View all of Kyle Born’s articles

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