Old Town and Downtown merchants! Join your colleagues and neighbors for a holiday window decorating contest. Signups are due November 14.
Download the event flyer, fill out the bottom portion, and turn it in.
About the Holiday Magic Window Display Contest
In the busy holiday period, there is nothing more important than the holiday shop window to attract the shoppers through the retailers’ door and increase the foot traffic to encourage customers to buy local! Your participation is encouraged. Holiday window displays will be judged by the community through a people’s choice vote and by 3 preselected judges. This event will be promoted using local media, social media, and word of mouth and with the help of Eureka Main Street. To participate return the attached form to Talisman Bead, Eureka Books or Origin Design Lab by Wednesday, November 14th to be included on the voting ballot. A 1st, 2nd and 3rd place will be award. Prizes include bragging rights and gift certificates from local business.
We ask that all participants contribute a $10 gift certificate as an entry “fee.” The gift certificates will be distributed to the winning businesses to hand out to their customers. This way, the winners get something that benefits their customers and the participants may pick up a new customer when the gift certificate is used.
The entry fee must be a gift certificate, not a discount coupon. If you can’t give a gift certificate for some reason, you may donate an item worth at least $10, or a coupon for a free item to be redeemed in your store.
November 14th Registration deadline to be included on the voting ballet
November 28th Displays should be ready by opening of business day
December 14th People’s choice and special guest judges vote ends.
December 16th Votes counted and winners announced
Who Is Behind This
The idea for this contest and the organization came from Jodi Lee at Origin Design Lab, Merry Coor of Talisman Beads, and Scott Brown of Eureka Books. Charlotte McDonald of Eureka Main Street offered advice and helped spread the word.