Holiday Shopping Made Easy in Bisbee
Pick up your passport, shop locally, and enter to win great prizes
from Black Friday through New Year's Day!
Skip the online and big-box shopping this holiday season! Let Local First Arizona help you find meaningful and unique holiday gifts and holiday celebration needs at independently owned businesses. Shop local this season and explore Bisbee retail locations with the Bisbee Holiday Shopping Passport.
How it Works
Shop at five participating local businesses OR spend a total of $150 to enter to win great prizes. A sticker will be added to your passport with each purchase to document each business you shop at along with how much you've spent. Once you've reached the goal of 5 businesses or $150, simply leave your completed passport at any of the participating businesses.
Winners will be announced on January 10th, 2018 at Bisbee Coffee Company in the Copper Queen Plaza at 6pm. Join us at our Local First Arizona business mixer as we choose the winning passports. Prizes include gift card packages and a secret Grand Prize Package courtesy of our community partner, Cochise County Tourism Council. You do not have to be present to win.
The Bisbee Holiday Shopping Passport runs from Black Friday, November 23rd to New Year's Day, January 1st. Passports will be available at any of the participating businesses and designated pick up locations listed below.
Pick Up Your Passport At Any Of These Locations:
Bisbee Visitor Center: 478 N Dart Rd
Copper Queen Library: 2 Main St
Bisbee Visitor Information Office: 5 Copper Queen Plaza
Sierra Vista Visitor Center: 3020 East Tacoma Street
Local First Arizona Office: 196 W Simpson St.
We All Win When We Shop Locally
This interactive shopping experience is designed to increase traffic to independently-owned businesses in Bisbee during the Holiday season. Last year this program brought nearly $30,000 to downtown businesses in Flagstaff, and $17,000 to businesses in Verde Valley. We hope to replicate this successful holiday program in Bisbee and educate consumers on the importance of shopping in locally-owned, independent businesses for holiday gifts, decorations, and personal celebrations.
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