Feb 16, 2017 at 07:15 PM

Winner Announced for the Carpinteria Valley Chamberís 1st Annual Best Dressed Window Contest

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Winner Announced for the Carpinteria Valley Chamberís  1st Annual Best Dressed Window Contest
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Carpinteria Valley Chamber of Commerce
1056 Eugenia Place, Suite B
Carpinteria, CA 93013
P. 805.684.5479
joyce@carpinteriachamber.org
carpinteriachamber.org

February 14, 2017

CONTACT: Joyce Donaldson, IOM
805.684.5479 I 760.808.0823
joyce@carpinteriachamber.org

Media Release

Carpinteria, CA – The Carpinteria Valley Chamber is proud to announce the winners of the Best Dressed Window Contest. HEAD TO TOE Beauty Salon was awarded today with a Cash Prize, Recognition Plaque, and a Perpetual Trophy (see attached photos). Sweet Second was awarded to the United Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Barbara-Carpinteria.

Joyce Donaldson, President and CEO of the Chamber was pleased with the number of businesses participating in this inaugural contest in honor of Valentine’s Day. “ Fifteen businesses signed on and displayed a large poster in their window which encouraged customers to cast their Virtual Vote by posting photos to social media using the hashtag #CarpBestDressed17” stated Donaldson. “In an effort to increase shopping and foot traffic in Carpinteria during the season of love, the contest added a colorful flair to the windows and the festive decortations continued inside, enticing shoppers to further explore the shops”.

Participating businesses included:

Bon Fortune, Carpinteria Boys & Girls Club, Carpinteria Cotton Co, Chocolats du Cali Bressan, Clothesline Boutique & Gallery, Head to Toe, Homestead Antiques, Jack’s Bistro & Famous Bagels, Oaxaca Fresh, Rincon Designs, Seastrand Apparel, Senor Frogs, TidePools, Traveling Pants, and Whimsy Antiques.

Judges included:

1st District Supervisor Das Williams, 3 Jr. Carpinterian Scholarship Winners, Small Business of the Year Winner, Chamber Ambassadors, and the public via virtual vote (see attached photos).

Posted in Press Release.