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MullumShopLocal-447-300x250Christmas is coming – and so is the Mullumbimby Chamber of Commerce Shop Local campaign.

From November 17 until December 22, spend $20 at any of the 60 participating Mullumbimby stores and you will go in the draw to receive one of 30 $100 vouchers to spend at a participating store.

Mullumbimby Chamber of Commerce secretary Obi McDonald-Saint says the campaign is about giving back to the community and stimulating the local economy.

‘Last year, we had a fantastic response to the campaign with more than 5,000 entries collected from local shoppers,’ Obi says. ‘Thanks to the generosity and support of local businesses and The Echo, we were able to give away $3,000 to shoppers, which is a great start to the festive season.’

During each of the five weeks leading up to Christmas, five lucky winners will be drawn to win a $100 shopping voucher. Ten winners will be drawn in the fifth week.

The campaign will be promoted in The Echo, Echonetdaily, on Bay FM, NBN and via the Mullumbimby Chamber of Commerce’s website.

If you run a local business and you haven’t put your name down for the campaign then send an email to [email protected] before time runs out.


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