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PABA Hosting Holiday Scavenger Hunt This Weekend

From discoverphoenixville.com:
Have fun while you do you holiday shopping and support locally-owned and operated businesses!

The Phoenixville Area Business Association is sponsoring a downtown Phoenxville Holiday Scavenger Hunt from Friday, Deccember 3rd at 5 PM- Saturday, December 4th at 5 PM. Participants can pick up a Scavenger Hunt postcard at any of the following businesses starting Friday,December 3rd at 5:00 PM. The postcard will have 10 photos of items in the 10 participating retail or service locations. Go to each location, correctly match the photo with the location. Meanwhile, particpants in the hunt will get a 15% discount onselect merchandise in the business by showing you postcard.

Completed postcards must be dropped off at Gould Frame at 4 Gay Street by Saturday, December 4th at 5 PM to be entered in a drawing for PABA Bucks to be spent at any PABA member business.
1st Place- $125 PABA Bucks
2nd Place- $75 PABA Bucks
3rd Place- $50 PABA Bucks

Participating Businesses:
All Things Primitive 25 S. Main Street
Country Charm Furnishings 28 S. Main Street
Ellie's Choice 211 Bridge Street
Fashionista's Salon 219 Bridge Street
Generations 113 Main Street
Gould Frame 4 Gay Street
House of Flowers 27 S. Main Street
Jaworski's Music Centre 175 Bridge Street
The Potomac Bead Company 167 Bridge Street

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