LIVINGSTON COUNTY – The Livingston County Area Chamber in partnership with Livingston County Development and the Livingston County Board of Supervisors announce the launch of a new initiative to help encourage folks to dine in Livingston County over the next 6-weeks with a multi-layered dining participation lottery.
According to a press release from the Livingston County Chamber, you can follow these easy steps to win a $500 Shop In Livingston Visa gift card redeemable where Visa is accepted in Livingston County. The second prize is a $200 ShopInLivingston Visa gift card. There are 44 third prizes which are $25 gift cards to participating restaurants.
The Passport to #EatInLivingston was formally launched at the Taste of Livingston where the first passports were handed out. There are a total of 3,000 passports available and there is no cost to obtain a passport. They are available for pick up at the participating restaurants as well as at the Chamber office in Geneseo.
Simply after spending at least $7 at a participating restaurant (see list below) you get a stamp placed in your passport. Your 1 of 3,000 potential passports will then be placed into a random drawing. But don’t forget to save all of your receipts because then you won’t be eligible for the prize. All passports must be returned to the chamber by May 19th. Also you must dine a least 2 of the minimum 10 restaurants and collect 10 stamps for your passport.
The 22 participating restaurants are: Applebee’s, Euro Café, North Shore Grill, The Nines at Livingston, Tom Wahl’s, The Avondale Pub, The Livonia Inn, 82 Main St.,Village Café, National Hotel, Genesee River Restaurant, Questa Lasagna, Leisure’s Restaurant & Banquet Facility, Big Tree Inn, Charred American Bar & Grill, Sea Cow Grill, Fratelli’s Italian Restaurant, 3 Legged Pig, Village Tavern, Tomaso’s Trattoria, The Beachcomber and Brian’s USA Diner.
The #EatINLivingston campaign is a component of the ShopINLivingston program that has been actively promoted throughout Livingston County for the past four years. The ShopINLivingston program is actively supported and funded in part by the Livingston County Board of Supervisors, Livingston County Chamber of Commerce and Livingston County Development.
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