Form a Buying Club with family and friends to place a minimum combined order of 100 pounds. For instance, if you and four friends each ordered 20 pounds of premium wild Alaskan salmon, the total order would receive over 20% off. (Regular price for our Monthly Seafood Market is $17/lb, Buying Club price is anticipated to be $13.50/lb.) PLUS, you as the organizer, will receive free salmon as a thank you for your efforts in growing our salmon community (Pretty cool, aye!) Choose a name for your Buying Club and coordinate with Allison or your sales rep at Kenai-Red Fish Company for the order and delivery.
It is as simple as that! We want to encourage you to spread the word while offering a great discount.
So here is a breakdown...
What Is A Buying Club?
Our Buying Clubs are designed to conveniently deliver our quality, sustainable, wild-caught sockeye and coho salmon products to groups of seafood enthusiasts who want a great deal. As we have continued to grow and reach more people, we created our Buying Clubs concept to make our salmon available to groups at a discounted price.
A Buying Club is a group of people that connect one or two times a year to pick up their pre-ordered salmon shares. By combining your order with like-minded seafood lovers, you have the buying power to have a superior product delivered to you at a great price.
How Does A Buying Club Work?
Why Form A Buying Club?
It’s that easy! Talk with some of your friends and neighbors: we have found that once people realize the opportunity and convenience of purchasing wild Alaskan salmon of this quality, they are grateful for the opportunity to join forces.
"I have been organizing a buying club for Clint and Allison for years and love it every time. I mention their names because more than just supporting a local business, i love supporting them! They are truly wonderful people who have created a direct to consumer, efficient way to get sustainably caught salmon (literally by Clint and his crew in Alaska!) to people. My community has benefitted from the buying club through great discounts on super healthy protein, and fun relationship building!"
"We have been organizing a buying club with Allison and her father for the last two years. It has been a great experience and a fantastic way to keep our and our freezers full of good salmon at a good price."
"I have managed a Buying Club for the last couple of years. We have grown every year both in members and in the amount of fish ordered because our members love the fish (so they order more) and recommend it to their friends and family (so we get more members). It is easy to order and pick up. I can't imagine not having Kenai Red supplying our salmon (frozen and smoked!) for the year. We are all happy to support our local supply!"
"It's so rare these days to know where your food comes from; to actually get a chance to look the person in the eye who grew/raised/caught it. The Kenai-Red buyer's club enables us to share that experience with our friends, neighbors and co-workers. Salmon pickup day becomes a party and a celebration of the delicious. the natural, the unprocessed. It's truly gratifying when they come back year after year, proclaiming it's the best salmon they've ever tasted!"
Caroleigh Elliott & Colin McDonell
“The KRC buying club is great! This is our 3rd consecutive year organizing a buying club. So why do we keep coming back? Three reasons:
(1) The quality of their fish and operation. By buying from this CSF (community support fishery), you support sustainability, small-boat fishermen, and their fishing families. You are also a member of a community that is working hard to provide a better ocean for generations to come.
(2) The price. Who doesn't love a discount?!
(3) The community building. It is fun to bring friends and family together every year in the "salmon club" as we call it. Each year, when the time comes for people to pick up their share from us, it gives us the opportunity to visit, say hello, and build community. In 2019 we used the bonus salmon you get as the organizer of the club to cook a big salmon dinner and we invited all of the club participants. We plan to do that again this year.”