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You can win a $100 downtown gift card

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From page A5 | November 24, 2013 | Leave Comment

Downtown Davis shoppers have the opportunity to get a bit more than simply the perfect gifts for everyone on their lists this holiday season.

Shoppers who spend more than $100 at retail stores downtown may submit their receipts for purchases made between Nov. 29 and Dec. 24 by mail, fax or email.

Mail them to Davis Downtown, P.O. Box 72497, Davis, CA 95617; fax them to 530-756-6504; or email them to info@davisdowntown.com.

All those who submit receipts will be entered into a drawing for 10 $100 downtown Davis gift cards.

Downtown Davis gift cards make wonderful gifts, marketing director Nina Gatewood says. They may be purchased in person at The Avid Reader, 617 Second St.; Avid Reader Active, 605 Second St.; or at the Davis Downtown office, 826 Second St., near the Amtrak depot.

Davis Downtown office hours are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Gift cards also may be purchased online using a PayPal account or credit card; visit www.davisdowntown.com.

The cards are accepted at more than 200 downtown retailers, restaurants, salons, day spas and other service providers.

Have questions or need a special order?  Email info@davisdowntown.com or call 530-756-8763.

A special promotion this holiday season are the 12 Days of Downtown Davis, running Dec. 1-12. The promotion invites shoppers to try small, local businesses first, says marketing director Nina Gateway. “When the community shops at these small, local businesses, they support all the things that make the Davis community unique,” she says. “The money they spend here, stays here.”

Participating businesses are commemorating the season with special offers and longer store hours. For example, riki is offering a luxurious, gift-wrapped pashmina scarf with any purchase of $150.

Participating businesses are Bubble Belly, Mother and Baby Source, Riki, Ken’s Bike Ski Board, Yolo Federal Credit Union, Outdoor Davis, Davis Ace Hardware, Helmus + Baker Optometry, Spa Central, The Avid Reader, Boheme Hip Used Clothing and The Wardrobe.

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