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Shop Friday Night Downtown and Get Your Gift Wrapping for Free

Many merchants in Downtown Dixon will offer residents an opportunity to keep their holiday monies working for them locally by staying open late for shopping this Friday.

The Dixon Chamber of Commerce in coordination with its business members are welcoming last-minute Christmas shoppers and the community at large to shop downtown Dixon this Friday and help support local business.

Participating businesses are Cynde's Place, Bella Moda Women’s Boutique, B's Gallery, The Cottage Exchange, Mae’s Attic, Nana and Company, Comfy Furniture, Paradise Tan & Spa, The Solano Computer Guy, and Luna's Massage & Tanning.

Here's more from the Chamber:

The Friday evening hours are part of the Downtown Dixon Business Association’s ‘3rd on First Plus’ promotion which provides residents and visitors to shop before or after their dinner out in downtown Dixon as local merchants stay open later on the third Friday of each month. The merchants have been asked to be open at least till 8 pm or whatever they could do and have bright green signs posted in their windows if they are participating with special sales or discounts.

"We are trying to help people understand how important it is to shop local. This is the best downtown revitalization of retail Dixon’s had in years and many locals have discovered the plentiful variety down here," said Debra Dingman who serves on the Board of the DDBA.

"We offer wonderful service, competitive pricing, and unique shopping experiences unlike any big box store can. And, we wanted to take advantage of the many people who have already discovered our great dining options downtown like Hana Shushi, the Firehouse Bistro, Bud's, Shaw’s, Adelina’s or Baldo's Mexican Restaurant," she said. The DDBA shop local effort included the creation of an updated list of retail and services on an attractive brochure available in most merchant’s establishments and/or in their windows.

For more information on the '3rd on First+' program, call Dingman at (707) 678-6262 or the DDBA office at (707) 678-8400.

Debra Dingman December 19, 2012 at 02:08 AM
This is actually a Downtown Dixon Business Association-sponsored event--not that we don't love the Chamber...

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