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Win an Exclusive Limited Edition Orange Ave Beach Towel!

This holiday season, to amp up the excitement about shopping local in Coronado, the Chamber of Commerce is running a contest focused on the great ways to eat, shop, and play local.

Ian and SueThe Chamber has teamed up with Coronado creative Jacques Spitzer’s Raindrop Branding and Advertising company to conjure an eye-popping brand for Coronado’s #SpectacularFromStoreToShore campaign, celebrating all that our hospitality businesses have to offer. As a special treat, Coronado’s Ian Urtnowski at URT Clothing has taken the retro Orange Ave logo and produced a zingy orange beach towel – so silky on one side it doubles as a luxe blanket!

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Casey and MikeThese beach must-haves are not available for purchase but on December 20th the Coronado Chamber will be announcing 15 lucky winners – all you need to do to enter the competition is join in a bit of social media fun.

Two ways to enter the contest:

  1. Share or comment on any Facebook post that shows a photo of our Orange Ave beach towel and include the hashtag #SpectacularFromStoreToShore.
  2. On Facebook or Instagram, post a pic of you at your favorite Coronado shop/restaurant and use the hashtag #SpectacularFromStoreToShore

Instagram: @CoronadoChamber   Facebook: Coronado Chamber of Commerce

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NavyFeel free to enter as many new posts as you like. Let’s get this celebratory image going viral in our town.

Wondering what our current business district has to offer? Look for the new Orange Ave brochure in stores, at the Chamber office at 1125 Tenth Street, or at the Visitor Center at 1100 Orange Ave.

A couple of minutes could make you the envy of the beach – and your dog will love it too. (Sadie’s smile says it all!)

Orange Ave beach towel

 

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