DELMAR — A new year is here, and the Bethlehem Chamber is excited to present a new way to explore town and support local businesses with the Passport to Bethlehem program.
Join the chamber on a four week adventure and explore Bethlehem – visit local restaurants, stores, service providers and open spaces from Monday, Jan. 25 through Sunday, Feb. 21.
To participate, residents will use our form to track progress and submit it along with photos or scans of corresponding receipts. At least one local park or preserve must be visited – consider it a freebie stamp! No more than two open space visits are allowed per passport submission.
One lucky winner will receive a prize package of gift certificates to local establishments as well as an overnight stay at the Four Points by Sheraton.
It is important to note that online, curbside and take-out purchases are all accepted. No one is required to go inside a business to participate. There is also no minimum dollar amount spend at the business required for it to count as a stamp.
“The Bethlehem Community rallied around local businesses during the holiday shopping season,” said Maureen McGuinness president of the Bethlehem Chamber of Commerce. “We want to continue the momentum and encourage the community to turn to local businesses first.”
The submission deadline is Sunday, Feb. 21. Complete program details as well as the form can be found at www.bethlehemchamber.com.
Thank you to our Presenting sponsors Adams Station Apartments, Bryant Asset Protection, Delmar Marketplace & McCarroll’s The Village Butcher, Gabler Realty, and Lafarge, as well as our Media sponsor, Spotlight News.
The Bethlehem Chamber of Commerce supports its members and the community creating a positive business environment through education, government relations, promotion and advocacy services. The Chamber is made up of 400 member businesses located in Bethlehem and surrounding communities.