Friday 27th October 2017 is not just any night in Lane Cove. For two hours, local businesses are giving you once-a-year, knock-your-socks off specials as part of the Lane Cove Night Out! It’s the perfect night to kick-start your Christmas Shopping and celebrate all things local by shopping local at the Lane Cove Night Out.
List of Participating Businesses
Here’s the list of participating businesses, who have shop-fronts in the Lane Cove area, and what they are offering on Friday night. Following that is the list of additional businesses who will be set up in the Plaza area on the night.
A couple more last minute businesses and special offers will be announced on the day. Keep and eye on ITC or Lane Cove Council’s website for the last minute inclusions.
It’s a WIN WIN
Shoppers will be rewarded with in-store promotions and the opportunity to meet local businesses on the purple carpet in the Plaza.
The event is organised as part of Council’s Love Where You Shop initiative and this year there will again be a ‘Spin to Win’ prize wheel in the Plaza. Anyone who stops by with a receipt for $20 or more from a local store that evening will receive a chance to spin the wheel to win a range of prizes donated from local businesses. Prizes also include Love Where You Shop tote bags and badges.
Get into the rhythm of shopping locally with the vibrant and dynamic sounds of Eclypse who are performing on the bandstand. Equally at home with pop, latin, jazz or beautiful ballads, Amanda and Emille lead this trio with charm, fun and flair.
Further information: www.lanecove.nsw.gov.au/lovewhereyoushop.
So grab a group of friends, have a shop and then a bite to eat.
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This post is sponsored by Lane Cove Council