We invite you to subscribe to the Racine County Eye, which also includes the Kenosha Lens and RCE Noticias.

You depend on us to get you the news. We depend on you to help us financially. And I can’t say this enough… now is not time to sit on the sidelines waiting for someone else to support local journalism.

With that said, we’re creating a perks program for our paid subscribers that we’ll launch starting Dec. 1, just in time for the holidays. As we get businesses to signup, we’ll share more about which businesses will be involved. As they sign-up, we’ll include the logos of the companies that are participating on this page. If you are already a subscriber at the $10, $20, or $50/month or $120, $240, or $600/year levels, we’ll grandfather you into the program.

So far we’re working with the Racine Brewing Company, Blue Dove Spa, Headlines Salon and Day Spa, Mt. Sinai Gym, Art Metals Studio, Plumb Gold, RG Natural Babies and Twin Dragon Games.

Once you are signup, we”ll send you an email with the deals. Each offer will have its own QR code you’ll need to show to the business. One offer per person, please.

Platinum: $50/month

Racine County Eye will pull together 30 businesses, this includes

  • 15 businesses that will provide an item of $10 or less, or a buy-one-get-one item worth $10 or less
  • 15 businesses that will provide an item of $10 or more, or a buy-one-get-one item worth more than $10.
  • Choose a nonprofit of your choice to receive a year of advertising: 300 x 250 ad.

Gold: $20/month

  • 15 businesses that will provide an item of $10 or more, or a buy-one-get-one item worth more than $10.
  • Choose a nonprofit of your choice to receive six months of advertising: 300 x 250 ad.

Silver: $10/month

  • 15 businesses that will provide an item of $10 or less, or a buy-one-get-one item worth $10 or less
  • Choose a nonprofit of your choice to receive three months of advertising: 300 x 250 ad.

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Denise Lockwood

Denise Lockwood has an extensive background in traditional and non-traditional media. She has written for Patch.com, the Milwaukee Business Journal, Milwaukee Magazine and the Kenosha News.