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DDBA plans $30 on 4-30 event

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April 15, 2011 |

The Davis Downtown Business Association plans a repeat of the successful “$30 on 30″ concept on Saturday, April 30, in tandem with the 21st annual California Conference for the Advancement of Ceramic Art.

Businesses in the Downtown Business Improvement District may sign up to participate in the “$30 on 4-30″ promotion. The deadline is Monday.

Shops and restaurants typically offer special discounts and other creative incentives (such as 30 percent off, reduced prices on 30 items, etc.) on these days in an effort to bring more shoppers downtown. The last such event was Jan. 30.

Those who spend $30 or more downtown on April 30 will be eligible to submit their receipts to the DDBA for a prize drawing. The DDBA will give out 30 downtown Davis gift cards, each valued at $30.

To participate, businesses may email [email protected] or call (530) 756-8763 by Monday with details of their special discount or offer for April 30.

A list of participating business will be posted on the DDBA website by Thursday.
For more information, visit www.davisdowntown.com/about/go-green-go-downtown-davis, or contact DDBA Director Joy Cohan at the above email address or phone number.

For more information about the ceramic art conference, visit http://www.natsoulas.com/html/ccaca/press.html or call (530) 756-3938.

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