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Oregon District shop-and-stamp card could win you $1K and other prizes

The Oregon District knows how to shop.

While the historic streets were once only a place to party the night away, now there’s so much more to offer from the businesses up and down 5th Street. The district is teeming with great restaurants, great shopping, and the owners of the Oregon District businesses want to reward you for your local business spending habits. 

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Now through the holidays, when you shop at participating Oregon District establishments, you can stamp away to win some major prizes. Simply pick up an Oregon District Holiday Stamp card and shop your way down the street. Each place you visit will get you another stamp. Once you collect 6 stamps, you’re entered to win. 

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There are five weekly drawings to win goodie baskets overflowing with gift cards and merchandise from Oregon District Businesses. Each basket is valued at $200. But that’s not where it ends. 

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On New Year’s Eve, one lucky winner’s shopping can truly begin. You could win a $1,000 gift card to go on a spree on the Oregon District. Spend your newly earned $1,000 as you like, at one shop or any of the participating locations. How would you spend $1,000 in the Oregon District? I can think of a few ways. 

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Participating locations include:

  • Trolley Stop
  • Omega Music
  • Toxic
  • Lily’s
  • Lucky’s 
  • Brim
  • Blind Bob’s
  • Heart Mercantile
  • Luna Gifts & Botanical
  • Hedges & Wolf
  • Bonnette’s Books
  • Urban Krag
  • 416 Diner
  • Corner Kitchen
  • Sterling Studio
  • Spice Paradise
  • Feather’s
  • Clash
  • Press

So go ahead, get your spend on, and do your holiday shopping in the Oregon District this year. Surely you can stop by 6 of the amazing shops and restaurants to fill up those stamps. More details can be found on the Oregon District website. 

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