Treasure Downtown Contest!
Do you love Downtown Petoskey? Do you treasure our many shops and restaurants? Here is an opportunity to support them and maybe to win a valuable prize while you do it!
Just shop in Downtown stores and restaurants listed in the Downtown Shopping Map Guide or on our website during the period of September 1 through November 30, 2013. Save your receipts and when you have spent a total of $500 you can enter to win $1,000 worth of Downtown Treasures Certificates and free parking for one year!
To enter, pick up an official entry envelope and use it to save receipts from all of your Downtown purchases between September 1, 2013 and November 30, 2013. Envelopes are available at the Petoskey Downtown Office, 216 Park Avenue, and at the Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce, 401 E. Mitchell. When you have saved $500 worth of receipts you can turn them in and you will be entered to win $1,000 worth of “Treasure Certificates”. Copies of receipts are fine if you wish to keep the originals for your records. You may enter as many times as you spend $500.
All entires must be recieved by 5:00 pm on Novemeber 30th. The winner will be announced on December 4, 2013 and need not be present to win.
Imagine winning a stack of Downtown Treasures Certificates to take on a shopping spree in Downtown Petoskey!
Welcome to Downtown Petoskey Michigan
Downtown Petoskey, Michigan is one of the most treasured downtowns in the United States. Nestled on the shores of Little Traverse Bay on Lake Michigan, residents and tourists enjoy over 170 unique shops and fine restaurants in the famous Gaslight Shopping District. The downtown area of Petoskey, Michigan serves as a hub for resorters from Bay Harbor, Bay View, Harbor Springs, Walloon Lake and the surrounding Emmet County region.
Downtown Petoskey has authentic charm and vitality that is unmatched by almost any city its size. We look forward to your next visit when you can discover all of our treasures… from the shores to the stores.
Smithsonian Magazine has ranked Petoskey Numer 6 on its list of 20 Best Small Towns to Visit in 2013. The magazine used Esri data for cities with populations of less than 15,000 that have exceptional concentrations of museums, art galleries, orchestras, theaters, historic sites and other cultural blessings. The top town also boast heartwarming settings where the air is a little fresher, the grass greener, the pace gentler than in metropolitan America. Generally, these towns are devoted to preserving their historic centers, encouraging talent, and supporting careful ecoomic growth.
Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/travel/The-20-Best-Small-Towns-to-Visit-in-2013-196855051.html#ixzz2OaASg2z7
Treasures from the Shores to the Stores
Downtown Petoskey is the home to many great events no matter what the season. From our Summer Concerts in the Park to Friday Farm Markets to art fairs and festivals, Petoskey is a great place to join in the fun while shopping with our local merchants.