Small Business Saturday Pop-up Mar Vista

On Saturday, November 29th, from 1-4pm, Mar Vista will be the place to be! The Mar Vista Chamber of Commerce encourages everyone to Shop Local and Shop Small at the first-ever Small Business Saturday Pop-Up Mar Vista event.

Over 35 businesses along Venice Blvd will be participating; welcoming customers shopping for Holiday gifts, enjoying art galleries, getting some pampering done, or just enjoying a stroll or bike ride.

 

The Mar Vista Chamber will hand out maps listing all the participating stores.

 

You’ll be able to find the Chamber at our “Home Base” for the day – at the South East corner of Venice & Centinela.

 

Each store will stamp the map every time someone comes in to shop or browse – and for every stamp on their map, customers will earn a raffle ticket for some terrific prizes donated by local merchants.

 

If you ride a bike to any of the stores, you’ll earn an extra stamp on your map, which will earn you an extra raffle ticket, too!

 

The raffle prizes will be given away at the end of the day, and winners need not be present to win. Join the Chamber after the Pop-up event at Louie’s of Mar Vista, beginning at 4:30pm, to find out who will win the prizes!

 

Join us to #ShopSmall on this very fun day supporting local businesses!

 

Contact: Sarah Auerswald, Mar Vista Chamber of Commerce MarVistaBiz@gmail.com (310) 245-4170

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