The Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC) is pleased to announce that in coordination with their National Small Business Week Celebration a Spring Shopping & Dining Night with a theme of Growing a Positive Community will be held on Friday, May 5th, 2017. A number of area businesses are offering promotions and specials in coordination with the event. Participating businesses are open until 8:00 PM, unless otherwise noted.
Get your passport to the Ticonderoga Area from the Chamber or participating businesses and visit at least 6 of them to get your stamp or sticker. Return your passport to the Chamber (by the date stated on the passport) to be entered for a chance to win over $200.00 in gift certificates to local businesses. Show your support. THINK LOCAL! SUPPORT LOCAL! YOUR COMMUNITY - YOUR FUTURE See Spring Shopping & Dining Guide for list of specials, promotions, and passport information.
The Chamber is encouraging Ticonderoga Area community members and visitors to Think Local on May 5th and throughout the year. Spring Shopping & Dining Guides with an array of specials and promotions will be available at the Chamber Office, from participating businesses, and by visiting www.ticonderogany.com. You must have the guide or mention “Spring” to receive the promotions. Check out the specific information for each business. Look for details and additional information to be announced on the TACC Facebook page.
“We look forward to seeing many of you throughout the area at our wonderful businesses and organizations on Friday, May 5th! Enjoy the wonderful shops, stores, restaurants, and more within the Ticonderoga Area. Check out all they have to offer and support your community. A Ticonderoga Area business directory and calendar of events can always be found at www.ticonderogany.com or by calling 518-585-6619. You have the power to make a difference in your community. THINK LOCAL! Shop! Spend! Support! Your Community – Your Future! We want to make this Spring Shopping & Dining Night even more successful than last year. With the support of the local community together we can make that possible. Remember that by supporting our local economy you are supporting your friends, neighbors, and fellow community members. You are also giving our local businesses and organizations the ability to support the community in so many ways,” shared Matthew Courtright – TACC Executive Director.