The Flower Shoppe in downtown Milbank is just one of the businesses you can give your stamp of approval to during the Love Local Passport event sponsored by the Milbank Area Chamber of Commerce.
Pick up your passport at any of the participating businesses listed below and start shopping! Your passport is valid immediately and lasts until March 31. Discover how convenient shopping local really is. Invest in your community and find great deals and quality products at every destination.
Support all the businesses that make Milbank unique and thriving.
Just make sure you get stamped for the amount you spend at any participating business, each time you shop there. When your passport is full, return it to any participating business to enter it in the drawing for Ol’ MIll Bucks and gift certificates!
Fill as many passport as you like. More full passports = more chances to Win! So keep shopping and keep stamping. And don’t forget your Visa!
Love Local Passport Businesses include: Advanced Technologies, Inc., AutoMaxx Parts and Service Dept., Bat Mobile Wireless, Bien Pharmacy, Cocktails and Corks, Guadalupe’s, Lewis Drug – Milbank, Lewis Sew Crafty, Linda’s Fashions, Now & Then Boutique, Premier Tax & Bookkeeping, ReVitalize Spa, Sly’s Steakhouse, Speedway Bar & Grill, Subway, Taco John’s, The Bank 301 Main, The Flower Shoppe, Top Hat Lanes, Unity Health & Fitness, Urban Threads Clothing Boutique, Valley Office Products, Valley Queen Heritage Center & Cheese Shop, VPD Studio, Whimsy on Main, Wireless World, Triple Dip Lodge, Street Graphex
Some rules you need to know: Only official Passports provided by the Milbank Area Chamber are eligible.
The Chamber has provided custom-made “Shop Local” stamps to each business. These stamps must be used for a completed Passport to be valid. Passport must be stamped at the time of purchase. Customers must drop off completed Passports at participating businesses by noon on Friday, April 1. Questions? Contact the Milbank Area Chamber of Commerce at 605.432.6656.
Photo: Karen Behrens and Karen Nedved