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10 Reasons Co-ops Rock Banner

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Special deal! Use the code COOPMONTH at checkout and get 15% off this item. Only available during October, which is National Co-op Month!

Please expect 3-5 days for your order of banners to be completed and shipped. Express shipping may be available at an extra fee, please contact us at 413.570.0245 for more information.

This is an enlarged, vinyl banner version of our 10 Reasons Co-ops Rock poster. Hang this much larger version loud and proud in your co-op, organization, and events for everyone to see!

Do you think co-ops rock? So do we! So much so that we had to make all the reasons we think cooperatives are awesome into a poster and banner. The beautifully designed “10 Reasons Co-ops Rock” banner would be great as a way to celebrate co-op month (October), could serve as a promotional tool for your co-op, and would also help to build your cooperative identity. This beautiful banner is a wonderful educational tool to employ at events and in your co-op's space. Show off your co-op pride and identity with the “10 Reasons Co-ops Rock” banner!

The ten reasons co-op rock are (with some slight variations to fit the banner):

  1. Cooperatives are democratic businesses and organizations, equally owned and controlled by a group of people. There are worker co-ops, consumer co-ops, producer co-ops, financial co-ops,  housing co-ops, and more. In a cooperative, one member has one vote.
  2. Because cooperatives are democratically owned by community members, co-ops keep money (and jobs) in their communities.
  3. Cooperatives aren’t a far off theory. Cooperatives offer achievable and practical solutions to many economic, environmental, and social problems that can be implemented right now.
  4. Co-ops aren’t charity; they’re empowering means for self-help and solidarity.
  5. Members of cooperatives equally share the burden in hard times and equally share the benefits in good times.
  6. Cooperatives are more resilient in economic downturns and in impoverished communities. When other businesses may shut down or lay off workers, co-op members pull together to work out solutions.
  7. Cooperatives are an international movement. There are thousands upon thousands of cooperatives around the world that are making major differences locally and globally.
  8. Cooperatives strive to make people’s lives, communities, and economies more just, equitable, and democratic.
  9. There’s no one right way to do a co-op. They can be flexible to fit different community and individual needs. There are big co-ops with thousands of members, and there are small co-ops with 3 members.
  10. Cooperatives are viable and just alternatives for meeting our economic and social needs in contrast to corporations that exploit people and the planet.

(Although, we know there are many more reasons!)

Graphic design by Molly McLeod.