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Holiday Shoppers Rewarded For Buying Local

Holiday Shoppers Rewarded For Buying Local

Holiday Shoppers Rewarded For Buying Local

BID Program Has Generated Over $500,000 in Spending at Local Businesses

DURANGO, Colo. – The Durango Business Improvement District is re-activating its Holiday Rewards Program, an incentive system for consumers to spend their dollars locally this shopping season. The Holiday Rewards Program is presented by Alpine Bank, and also sponsored by Eolus Bar & Dining and the Durango Chamber of Commerce.

“This will be the sixth rewards program BID has offered since late 2020,” said Tim Walsworth, BID Executive Direcgtor. “The first five have produced over half a million in spending at local businesses! We thank our sponsors for their support as we could not do this without them, and we thank the community for shopping local.”

Beginning November 25, purchases made at eligible BID and Durango Chamber of Commerce member businesses will qualify toward earning tiered rewards in the form of gift cards to one of a dozen local businesses from which to choose. To earn their reward, shoppers may submit up to ten receipts from qualifying businesses with individual receipts totaling at least $25.00. Rewards are tiered as such for the cumulative receipt total:

  • Spend $100, get a $25 reward gift card
  • Spend $300, get a $50 reward gift card
  • Spend $500, get a $100 reward gift card

The Holiday Rewards program is first come, first served.  Rewards will be available from November 25 through when the last reward is fulfilled; there are 300 total reward gift cards across all reward tiers. Eligible businesses are BID and Durango Chamber members in the sectors of retail, restaurant, personal services, attractions, accommodations, and other select businesses.

“Shoppers should take a few minutes to read the rules on our website to make sure a purchase is eligible and to be sure they are submitting it correctly,” said Tanya Clegg, BID Director of Marketing. “There is a search tool where shoppers can enter a business name to quickly determine if it is an eligible business.”

Instructions for submitting receipts, details of the rewards, and all program guidelines are at DowntownDurango.org/Holiday-Rewards. Limit one reward per household.

The Durango Business Improvement District was formed in 1997 with a goal and mission to support businesses within the District by assisting with special event marketing, providing research on topics of concern to the District (facilities, special events, best practices), planning and development of new facilities, and providing capital budget for equipment that enhances business in the District. Funding is generated by a 2 mill levy on property owners within the district, with additional marketing dollars contributed by the City of Durango. Additional information at www.downtowndurango.org.


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