More than 60 local businesses participating with more than $2,000 in prizes for consumers
Lake Mary, Fla. (August 3, 2020) – Starting today, consumers in Seminole County have an opportunity to not only show their support for local businesses, but also win daily prizes.
Support Seminole kicks off with more than 60 local businesses participating, encouraging people throughout our region to utilize those businesses.
“Our local businesses need our support today more than ever as we continue to move through one of the toughest years of our lives,” says Jason Brodeur, CEO/president, Seminole County Chamber. “By choosing our local businesses participating, we’re truly helping our friends, our neighbors and our community.”
A list of participating businesses can be found at SupportSeminole.org. They range from consumer-driven businesses - like restaurants, clothing stores, cosmetics and golf – to business services – like signage, legal, photography and technology. There are even non-profit services participating.
Each time someone spends at least $25 at one of the participating businesses, they can upload a copy of their receipt at SupportSeminole.org. Starting on August 10, at least one receipt will be chosen daily to win a prize valued at $25 or more. There are more than $2,000 in prizes available.
“We really believe people throughout Seminole County and our region can come together and Support Seminole,” Brodeur says. “This is easy to participate in and many of our everyday stores and restaurants are participating.”
For businesses, it is easy to participate and adds another element of marketing for members of the Seminole County Chamber. Every business is highlighted through SupportSeminole.org, receive posters about the campaign and are pushed on social media.
“Every bit of extra business helps restaurants in Seminole County and we’re looking forward to helping others too through this campaign,” says Ruben Perez, owner, Zaza New Cuban Diner. “Seeing the community step up to help local businesses like ours is heartwarming and we’re thankful as to how the Seminole County Chamber has been an incredible resource to help our businesses move forward.”
Interested businesses can still apply at SupportSeminole.org. The first round of Support Seminole ends August 31.