Calling all Shoppers…. Are you feeling lucky?

The Flemington Business Improvement District has started a campaign to support our local businesses and our Spend $100 Win $100 Contest has begun.

“Buy local stuff, Eat local food, Have local fun!’ is the slogan to
support the local businesses in Flemington and the area where you live work & play.

Why? It builds community, promotes economic vitality, creates Jobs, provides better service, helps the environment and embraces what makes Flemington unique.

Spend $100 Win $100! It’s easy, here’s what you have to do:

SHOP at any combination of (4) stores and/or EAT in restaurants in the borough of Flemington and spend a minimum of $25.00 at each of the four places (totaling at least $100.00).

Submit all 4 of your receipts to the Flemington Business Improvement District by e-­mail, snail mail or drop off in the FBID office and you will be entered into a raffle to win $100.00 FBID dollars that can be spent at any participating stores or restaurants in the borough of Flemington.

Contest Rules:
1. Contest will run from May to August 19th, 2015.
2. Receipts may only be entered once per drawing, but will be kept in for future drawings, if not a winner.
3. Receipts must be accompanied by first & last name, address, home phone, cell phone and e­-mail address.
4. Receipts must be dated from May 13 ­ August 19, 2015.
5. Receipts must be received by 10:00 am day of drawing.
6. Receipts and all contact information must be dropped off at the FBID office (134 Main Street) between 10:00 am ­ 2:00 pm or e-­mailed to events@flemingtonbid.com. 
7. Drawings will take place every 2 weeks as follows: June 10, June 24, July 8, July 22, August 5, & August 19
8. Winners will be contacted on the Thursday after the drawing.

The Flemington BID is a 501c3 not for profit organization whose mission is to support
the business district in the borough through revitalization, retention and recruitment.
We host and support a variety of events throughout the year to attract audiences from
the New York metro area and Philadelphia vicinities to Flemington to help stimulate the
local economy and retain support for the local businesses.