Register Your Local Business

into our “shop local” marketplace where your customers can discover & buy your products & services easily

Unlock Your Local Business To A New Market Reality...

  • This Marketplace is for Everyone!  Artists, Producers, Businesses, Community Organizations…
  • Launch a fun and rewarding experience to your customers that allows you to sell your products & services with just a few clicks
  • Let your customers find your products & services through easy to find categories
  • Access to an easy to use Business Dashboard providing you tools to List or Sell Online, manage products & orders, shipping and create instant promotions!


  • Register your local business Now!

What is this marketplace?

It is NOT just another business listing! is an active, interactive central hub where finally people can find our local artists, artisans, businesses, community services and so much more!

It is very difficult to find local producers with platforms such as Google, Amazon, Groupon that people revert to go shop at large stores such as Walmart and Costco.  

Let’s put an end to this!  Register your local business!

Who is it for?


It is open to any and all businesses in Prescott & Russell weather you are an artist, artisant, corporation, business, community service organization!  

If you are brewing craft beer or sells fresh eggs or sells deals on cars or who does tax returns…the answer is waiting with a simple search!  No complex results to sift through like Google or being overwhelm at results!

Re-Tool, Start Selling Online Now & Register your local business!


What are the benefits?

The benefits to you are endless!

  • “Done For You” Marketing
  • No need to spend countless of hours developing an online store
  • Speed to market – Start selling now
  • Not just a tool in your toolbox, an essential platform to reach out local customers
  • Increase your capacity for online sales
  • Capitalize by helping new customers get to know your business
  • Operated by a local privately owned marketing company (see below) ensuring a platform that lasts and does not fall off the radar!

Where are we at?

Phase 3 is currently under way with over 90 businesses who are registered and we are in our last development effort to make the marketplace fully bilingual!

Businesses who want to register should click the button and fill out the registration form.

The information will processed by the markletplace team at Allea Marketing Solutions who train and set you up in no time through a series of live webinars

The site is expected to go live to the public in October 2020 at which time people will be able to find your business information on the site while we drive awareness and traffic.

Our Story

The fall-out from the COVID-19 pandemic caused many of us to look around at our local businesses and that was reflected by citizens who began to put significant effort into supporting local by sourcing local food and products. For their part, local businesses re-tooled and started selling online any way they could and offered curbside or home delivery.
At that time, four of us (Patrick Brunet, owner of Allea Marketing; Leeça St-Aubin (high school teacher, photographer and writer), Pamela Brasseur, artist/artisan, and Louise Sproule, Publisher of The Review) connected online and spoke about the need for a central online marketplace from which people could purchase all manner of local products securely.
Patrick Brunet said he had a marketplace that was built and almost ready to launch that could serve the purpose. The four of us began meeting daily to discuss the work to be done. We contacted more than 50 organizations, made dozens of phone calls, sent emails, solicited participation via Facebook, spoke with federal deputy, local mayors, the counties & tourism staff, numerous other community organizations, numerous farmers’ markets and contacted local chambers of commerce, business groups and organizations.
Take a look at our Youtube Video, where we each reveal why we are so passionate about supporting local, and we mounted a media campaign.

Pat Brunet, owner of Allea Marketing

Patrick Brunet, owner of Allea Marketing, founder and operator of

Leeça St-Aubin, high school teacher, photographer, writer and founder of Signé local – with Love Prescott-Russell

Louise Sproule, publisher of The Review

Louise Sproule, publisher of The Review since 1992 and active volunteer in the Signé local – with Love Prescott-Russell & Shop Chez-Nous Prescott & Russell marketplace project.

Pamela Brasseur, artist/artisan, business owner of GaÏa Creations

Pamela Brasseur, artist/artisan, business owner of GaÏa Creations and active volunteer in the Signé local – with Love Prescott-Russell & Shop Chez-Nous Prescott & Russell marketplace project.