The DeWitt Chamber & Development Company encourages you to always Look Local First! When we Look Local First we create jobs, grow businesses and contribute to a thriving DeWitt community!  

Here is how you can be a part of the Look Local First Movement:  

1. Use and fill up your Look Local First Loyalty Card! Cards can be picked up at participating DCDC member locations.  These member businesses will provide punches for dollars spent on products and/or services at their business! Once a card has been filled, return them to the DCDC office (1010 6th Ave, DeWitt IA 52742), Randy's Neighborhood Market or Scott Drug to be entered into monthly drawings for $50 in Chamber Bucks. The drawings will occur on the last business day of the month at noon. Winners will be contacted via phone call and then announced on Facebook. Click here to see the complete rules & regulations.

Congrats to our LOOK LOCAL FIRST Winner! 

2. Visit our DCDC Member Directory to explore all of the great products, services, amenities, attractions and more that can be found in DeWitt! 

3. Check out our DCDC Member Hot Deals! Hot Deals are special deals, coupons or savings offered to the community via the DCDC website.

4. Give and use Chamber Bucks! By purchasing Chamber Bucks, you are keeping dollars in our community.            

5. Get Connected to our community! 

-Join the DCDC & City of DeWitt VIP Texting Club, text NN622 to number 36000.
-Subscribe to the DeWitt Delivers Community Blog.
-Start receiving the "What's Happening in DeWitt" weekly emails
-Visit the DCDC Community Calendar to see what is happening in DeWitt! 

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Looking for a specific good or service? LOOK LOCAL FIRST and explore the over 200 local members in our DCDC Business Directory.

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  • By hosting a Revive After Five in September, we were able to celebrate our 25th Anniversary with the DCDC membership and gain great exposure in our community.

    - Kathy Donahue, Hansen Monuments

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