Promotion Benefits Local Patients; Chance to Win $250 Shopping Spree
Cookeville, TN – Throughout November, dozens of locally owned businesses will be collecting funds to support local patients in need. Shop Local is a collaborative effort between the Cookeville Regional Charitable Foundation and locally owned businesses in the area. Business owners will ask customers to make a small donation during the check-out process. One hundred percent of the funds collected will go to help meet the charitable needs of local patients in the community. Partners will have collection jars in their check-out area and display Shop Local flyers within their stores.
Shop Local will also include a week-long scavenger hunt with participating locations. Each business has a question and customers are encouraged to visit ten stores to collect answers. Participants then submit answers in writing, along with contact information, to either the CityScape Office or the Foundation Office to be entered in a $250 shopping spree drawing. The scavenger hunt will take place the second week of November. Answers must be submitted by 4:00 pm on November 13. For a list of scavenger hunt questions please visit: www.CookevilleRegionalCharity.org
Shop Local partners include: Abel Gardens, Algood Drugs, Antiques at Maddux Place, Bellena’s Children Shop, Bless, Blue Rooster Canteen, Broadway Boutique Mall, Caravan, Cardinal Computer, Cigi’s, Cookevegas, Cookeville Embroidery and Gifts, Crazy Beautiful, Cream City, Cumberland Gold Jewelry, Deborah’s Designs, Discovery Depot Toys and Candy, Envision Salon, Foxleaf Bookstore, Faces, Fringe Salon, HomeCorr, Jones Antiques, The Lamp and Lighthouse, Lenny and Eva, Letter Perfect, Luxe Boutique, Magical Muse Gallery, Matilda Jane Clothing, One Hour Martinizing, Schoolhouse Supplies, Serendipity, Side Stich, Smart Play, Southern Traditions, Swallows Agency, The Burn, The Centre Dance Studio, Vintage Rose Antiques, YMCA and Zija.
“The Shop Local concept is about taking care of our local community by supporting locally owned businesses and raising funds for local patients who need help,” said John Bell, Executive Director of the Cookeville Regional Charitable Foundation. “I am truly thankful to have so many strong, local partners this year, and want to especially thank our Shop Local committee for helping to organize the promotion.”
The Cookeville Regional Charitable Foundation encourages readers to shop with purpose this November, Shop Local. For more information please visit: www.CookevilleRegionalCharity.org
The Cookeville Regional Charitable Foundation is a non-profit organization committed to offering charitable assistance to local patients; supporting free or reduced healthcare services for the public; promoting compassionate programs for patients; and encouraging investment in our regional, non-profit, community-owned hospital: Cookeville Regional Medical Center.
Our foundation is compassionate care. Your gift helps us heal.
Cookeville Regional Charitable Foundation ∙ 1 Medical Center Boulevard, Cookeville TN 38501
www.CookevilleRegionalCharity.org ∙ 931-783-2003 ∙ Fax: 931-783-2093