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Chamber Bucks Gift Certificates
It's the all-new Fairfield Chamber gift certificate program: Chamber Bucks!
The list will be updated frequently as more merchants sign on to the new program.
Chamber Bucks come in four convenient sizes: $5, $10, $25 and $50. Mix and match to create the perfect gift for coaches, teachers, valued employees and the guy who seems to have everything.
Chamber Bucks are available now at the Fairfield Chamber office, 1597 Post Road in downtown Fairfield. Call 203-255-1011 for information.
The sale and issuance of these gift certificates is governed by the laws of the State of Connecticut. Jurisdiction for any disputes related to the gift certificate program will be vested exclusively in the state or federal courts of Fairfield County, Connecticut.
- Aitoro Appliances
- Artisan Restaurant
- Bridgeport Bluefish
- Chip's Family Restaurant
- The Colony Grill
- Coreen's Bridge Floral Shop, LLC
- DaPietro's Restaurant
- Fairfield Center Jewelers
- Fairfield School of Music
- Fairfield University Bookstore
- Frame & Save of Fairfield
- Fred's Car Wash
- Ganim's Garden Center & Florist LLC
- Henry C. Reid & Son Jewelers
- Holiday Inn Hotel & Conference Center
- The Joint Fairfield...the Chiropractic Place
- Kempo Academy
- Michael Gennaro's Steakhouse
- Mo's Wine & Spirits
- Panera Bread - Cafe 1657
- The Pantry
- Super Duper Weenie LLC
- Total Look Salon - Fairfield
- Total Look Salon - Southport
Does Your Business Accept Chamber Bucks?
The all-new Chamber Bucks gift certificates are designed to support local businesses like yours — but you can't reap the benefits if you're not in the program.
Chamber Bucks are super-easy to work with. They work like checks: just deposit them in your bank account and go.
The cost to participate is just $60 a year or $100 for two years. Contact the Chamber at 203-255-1011.
About the CertifiChecks Bankruptcy
The previous gift certificate program was suspended in March 2009 after the program's administrator, CertifiChecks, Inc, closed its doors and announced plans to file for bankruptcy protection.
If you are still holding CertifiChecks gift certificates, do not attempt to redeem them. Fairfield merchants cannot honor them, as the funds behind those certificates have vanished.
When CertifiChecks ceased to exist, it took hundreds of thousands of dollars with it - money that was supposed to cover the gift certificates still circulating in Fairfield and in cities all over the country. Whatever the federal bankruptcy court managed to recover has long since been distributed to the businesses and consumers who filed claims, and only the court had the power to do so.
This is why the new Chamber Bucks gift certificate program is fully under our control, with all funds deposited in an FDIC-insured account at Patriot National Bank. We're not about to see this happen again. Ever.