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Town urges ‘Buy in Farragut’


Do you want to make a difference in your community this holiday season? Then choose to “Buy in Farragut.”

The Town of Farragut Board of Mayor and Aldermen is asking all citizens to make their holiday purchases in Town this year during the second annual “Buy in Farragut” campaign scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 29, through Monday, Dec. 24.

Local sales tax dollars help the town of Farragut build parks, roads and other Town amenities and therefore make the community an even better place to live, work and play.

This important campaign gives shoppers the opportunity to take advantage of special sales and promotions as the FBMA and Farragut businesses join forces to help attract citizens and those in surrounding communities to buy, dine or stay in Farragut.

The expanded “Buy in Farragut” campaign will kick off Thursday, Nov. 29, as the Town holds its annual Celebrate the Season holiday event at Farragut Town Hall, and will run for three weeks until Dec. 24.

For a complete list of participating businesses, visit the town of Farragut Web site at www.townoffarragut.org or the display in Farragut Town Hall at 11408 Municipal Center Drive, across from Farragut Post Office; tune in to the Town’s government access channel, Charter Cable, Chan-nel 3 and check farragutpress, published weekly on Thursdays.

Weekly specials for each participating business will be posted on the Town’s Web site during the campaign.

In addition, Passport to Savings cards are available for pick-up at Farragut Town Hall as well as participating businesses. These cards give residents quick access to the specials and promotions as they shop.

All businesses participating in the campaign can be easily recognized by the special “Buy in Farragut” posters on display at their locations.

The FBMA encourages citizens to remember that buying in Farragut “just makes good cents for our Town.” For additional information, visit www.townoffarragut.org or call 865-966-7057.

 

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