EASTON, PA – Downtown Easton is set to become the region’s ultimate Valentine’s date destination this February. The streets will be flowing with love as restaurants and charming local shops come together to create an enchanting experience for lovebirds during the special week.
To spread the love even further, Downtown Easton introduces a Valentine’s receipt swap initiative called “A Match Made in Easton”, running from Friday, February 9, to Sunday, February 18. Downtown businesses are pairing up to become official Easton “couples,” offering unique deals and promotions to customers who present receipts from their partner’s business.
Matches Made in Easton
Green Vida Co. & Casa 401
Tolino Vineyards & 3rd & Ferry
Yellow Balloon Consignment & Quadrant Book Mart & Coffee House
Love Blossoms Flowers & Gifts & Bank Street Creamery
Belleville Market & ThreeBirds Coffee
Sweet Girlz Bakery & Easton Candle Company
Diamond Fitness & Creative Spirit
Terra Cafe & Isasuma
Cellar Beast & Tandoor Grill
Homegrown CBD Lounge & The Game Gallery
Tandoor Grill & Chocodiem
Crayola Experience & Book & Puppet Co.
More couples to be announced!
For full list of matches: https://www.
These delightful collaborations reinforce the value of visiting a downtown area with a diversity of retail and entertainment options. Present a dinner receipt at the clothing store for a discount or special gift, and vice versa. Shoppers with pre-dinner receipts can enjoy a complimentary drink, dessert, or savings at the partnering restaurant.
This initiative presents a novel opportunity for businesses to collaboratively unleash their creativity and express love for their customers, creating a one-of-a-kind and unforgettable Easton experience. How romantic!
All participating business pairings will be recognized as official couples on Easton Main Street Initiative’s social media accounts and shopdowntowneaston.com, celebrating their commitment to making this Valentine’s season extraordinary for everyone.
The retail promotion complements the launch of another initiative, a unique community art project called ‘Love, Easton’ that has been creating 28,127 hearts of all sizes and materials to fill windows and public spaces throughout Easton, running from January 9 to March 9. Any resident or business making and hanging their own hearts are able to register their location and number of hearts by visiting www.love-easton.com.
About EMSI and GEDP
Easton Main Street Initiative is a program of Greater Easton Development Partnership, a registered 501(c)(3) organization. EMSI’s mission is to promote, encourage and enhance the economic strength and vitality of Easton’s central business district through volunteer and community driven efforts. More: eastonmainstreet.org.
GEDP is a volunteer-driven, nonprofit organization focused on Easton’s economic well-being, historical integrity, programmatic development, vibrant culture and hospitality. GEDP comprises Easton Farmers’ Market, Easton Main Street Initiative, Easton Public Market, PA Bacon Fest, the Easton Ambassadors and many other programs. More: eastonpartnership.org.
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