The Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce is pleased to have launched Light Up Oak Harbor!

by Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce 29th November 2016

 

The Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce is pleased to have launched Light Up Oak Harbor!

 

We would like to express our great appreciation to Jeffrey Mack of Whidbey Jeweler and the staff for once again sponsoring the thousands of magical white lights that illuminate the Chamber.

 

Our campaign to “Light Up Oak Harbor” is to help promote a welcoming shopping experience for both locals and visitors of our great city. Let us make this experience more inviting than ever by attracting new shoppers to Oak Harbor. Please join us by lighting up your properties – particularly your landscaping – with small white lights that will remain lit through December. We believe the charming atmosphere that will result from many lit properties will help keep local shoppers here, increase foot traffic, make businesses stand out, and warmly invite visitors to our fine city. Once lit, please send the Chamber a photo and we will help promote your festive business on social media.

 

Let’s make Oak Harbor a festive, one-stop shopping destination for locals and visitors alike.  You may still purchase your lights from Ace Hardware.

 

Thank you for the tremendous sense of community we are building.

Posted by WhidbeyLocal
Tuesday, 29th November 2016, 10:28pm.
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