Chamber’s Browse Days are next week

New Browse Bonus offers $100 in Christmas Certificates

The Greene County Chamber of Jefferson kicks off the holiday shopping season in Jefferson Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 12-14, with Browse Days during regular business hours.

Each year participating Chamber members invite customers to browse for gift ideas and pick up coupons for up 20 percent off either a single item or total purchases through Dec. 24. Shoppers can also register for the Christmas Certificate Give-away. Drawings will be held Nov. 30, Dec. 7 and Dec. 14, with three weekly winners each receiving $50 in Christmas Certificates redeemable at any participating business.

This year, one lucky person will win the Browse Bonus drawing for $100 in Christmas Certificates. Browse Bonus cards will be available at all Browse merchants. Merchants are listed in three groups, depending on their location. Shoppers who have their Browse Bonus cards initialed in at least six businesses in Christmas Town and one each in the Elves’ Cottages and Santa Claus Lane can drop off their completed card at a participating business or at the Chamber office (220 N. Chestnut St, Jefferson) by 4:30 pm Monday, Nov. 16. One winning card will be drawn Nov. 17, with the prize being $100 in Christmas Certificates.

Christmas Town will include Peony Chinese Restaurant, The Printer’s Box, Addie’s, Homestead Coffee & Bakery, Don’s Ace Hardware, Fudge’s Flower Shop & Gifts, Angie’s Tea Garden, Jefferson Family Chiropractic, Pizza Ranch, Bee & Herald, Royal Jewelers and Ben Franklin.

Elves’ Cottages businesses include the Gift Garden at Greene County Medical Center, Krieger’s Flower Shop and McAtee Tire & Service Center.

On Santa Claus Lane are Deal’s Orchard, the Iowa Store at Wild Rose Casino, and Country Blessings.

“There is no better place to shop than here at home, and we hope people will see as they visit to have their Browse Bonus cards initialed that we have great selections right here. There’s no need to leave Greene County to find unique and much-appreciated gifts,” said Tori Riley, chair of the Chamber’s promotions committee.

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