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310 Rosemont- DBI Business Member of the Month

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Downtown Blacksburg, Inc is proud to present our Business Member of the Month for August 2016-310 Rosemont

310 Rosemont is a contemporary boutique for men and women, specializing in premium denim and exceptional customer service.

The owners of 310 Rosemont are Bill Hodges, Kimberly Ward and Todd Spinello

We currently have 5 stores – three are in Virginia (Blacksburg, Roanoke & Richmond) and two are in Tennessee (Jackson & Trenton).

In the Blacksburg store Kelley Sparks is the manager and women’s buyer.  All other employees are Virginia Tech students who love fashion!

We always offer a 10% discount to students.  We recently launched a mobile app and with the download you get a 15% coupon as well.  We host trunk shows and events at the store as well as at sorority/fraternity houses, organizations, etc.

We open when you need us.

Fashion emergency?
We will open early or stay late to accommodate your busy schedule.

We host parties.
Gather your friends for a private shopping event. Refreshments on us!

We give advice.

Our employees are always happy to pull together the perfect look
for any occasion.

We always have the perfect gift.

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208 North Main Street
Blacksburg, VA 24060
Phone: (540) 961 – 5326

Store Hours:
Mon-Sat 11:00- 7:00, Sun 12:00- 5:00

The Artful Lawyer- DBI Non-Profit Member of the Month

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Downtown Blacksburg, Inc. is proud to present our Non-Profit Member of the Month for August 2016-The Artful Lawyer, A Fine Gallery Inc.

When The Creekmore Law Firm moved to its new location on Main Street in September WYP Group2011, we recognized a unique opportunity to not only expand our business practice but to become a part of Blacksburg’s Creative Village. After a few months of gathering hanging materials, pulling art contacts together, creating a library space for Harding Avenue Elementary’s art, and becoming a Merchant Partner with the Blacksburg Regional Art Association, we debuted our first art exhibit in December of 2011 to a gathering of nearly 150 clients and friends.  We formed our not-for-profit gallery, The Artful Lawyer, A Fine Gallery Inc. in 2012 and continued our art parties, now dubbed Whet Your Palette receptions.  Since that first art reception, our walls have become an ever-changing canvas to our local artists’ imaginations–adults and children alike–and our halls have been filled by an ever-changing mix of friends, neighbors, clients and art patrons from all around. We’ve expanded our children’s gallery to include Blacksburg Middle School and Gilbert Linkous Elementary School and welcome more.  Indeed, we are dedicated to providing such a space as long as the creativity flows.

But more than an exhibition space, the Gallery offers diverse programs ranging from artist talks to our monthly Art & Law symposium, that draws on the strengths of the Law Firm to address various legal and business related issues for artists, particularly including the intellectual property rights attendant to the works they create.  We happily engage with any artist group or guild anywhere in Virginia who is interested in hearing more about intellectual property rights or business law as it pertains to their particular artistic field of endeavor.

PaintPartyUnder the Artful Lawyer umbrella are two projects, The Artful Place, A Fine Studio and The Gallery Store. 

In late 2012, a great number of New River Valley artists gathered for a critical exchange of ideas, needs, goals and desires, and what emerged was a resounding interest in an affordable, collaborative, creative environment within which artists could work together, exchange ideas and promote on another’s work.  Within weeks, our old office location at the corner of Faculty and Progress Streets in the heart of the newly minted Arts Overlay District of Blacksburg was transformed into just such a collaborative working studio environment for artists.  With that, The Artful Place, A Fine Studio was born as a Studio Project of The Artful Lawyer, A Fine Gallery Inc. The Artful Place currently claims 15 artists in residence. At The Artful Place, emerging and well-established artists alike work side by side, collaborating and creating in an artfully inspired and thought-stimulating environment.

The Artful Place hosts monthly Paint Parties and Figure Drawing classes.  Registration for all events is available online at our Calendar of Events .  Though we have scheduled Paint Parties, private parties may be scheduled as well – either at our place or offsite!   We look to see what themes others come up with to paint!  Other studio artists hold workshops, classes or special events from time to time, so always check back with us on our Calendar and keep up to date on our social media platforms as well!

The Gallery Store, adjacent to The Gallery is the proud home to local vendors who sell a variety of original art, jewelry, candles, stained glass, cards, knitwear, tea, baby clothes and books.

The Artful Lawyer also holds two signature events per year for clients, friends, artists, and the community at large, Blacksburg en Blanc in the summer and New River en Noir in the winter. BenB Wave

Blacksburg en Blanc is a Blacksburg en Blanc builds on the tradition started in Paris 27 years ago by François Pasquier who invited a few friends to the Bois de Boulogne one day in June for an impromptu picnic. To find each other quickly in the park, they all wore white. The dinner was such a success that they decided that the next year each person would invite new friends.  Over the years, and throughout many countries, this impromptu picnic has become an annual tradition, with over 11,000 people attending in the bigger cities.  Friends gather together, dressed in white, for a spontaneous night out — for the location is not disclosed until the morning of the event!  In our small town, attendance is slightly smaller but just as fun!

New River en Noir builds on our popular Blacksburg en Blanc, with a holiday twist.  Like Blacksburg en Blanc, the venue is a surprise.  Like Blacksburg en Blanc, the attire is set.  Unlike Blacksburg en Blanc, however, you need not bring anything but your holiday spirit and your dancing shoes!  We provide your transportation, your meal, and your entertainment. Registration HERE!

In 2014, The Artful Lawyer, A Fine Gallery Inc. was honored by the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce as its Outstanding New Member of the Year.

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Mish Mish- DBI Business Member of the Month

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Downtown Blacksburg, Inc is proud to present our Business Member of the Month for July 2016-Mish Mish
Imagine the many artists and art students in Blacksburg searching the streets of
downtown for supplies. Where will they go? Of course they will head straight to
Mish Mish.
Steve and Debbie Miller opened Mish Mish in 1970 to fill a need in the local market.
As architecture students at Virginia Tech, the Millers realized the town needed a
shop with architectural supplies. Over the years the business has grown and settled
into their current location at 125 N. Main Street.
Steve and Debbie Miller are among the founding members of Downtown Blacksburg, Inc. and Steppin’ Out. Steve is currently serving as a member of the DBI Board.
Mish Mish carries supplies for all types of art and all skill levels and offers printing
and framing services. The shop also stocks school and office supplies. Why fight the crowds and traffic to the big-box and chain stores? All your needs can be taken
care of in town at Mish Mish.
Not only does Mish Mish help keep Blacksburg stocked with art supplies but they
also go to great lengths to support the local art community. Every Friday in July the
shop hosted live demonstrations of various types of work. Mish Mish sponsored the children’s art activities at Art At The Market and is also a regular participant in Downtown Blacksburg’s Art Walk events. Stop by to see their current gallery exhibition today.
Summer Hours
Sunday: 1:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.
Monday- Thursday: 9:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.
Friday: 9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Saturday: 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

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Habitat for Humanity-DBI Non-Profit Member of the Month

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Downtown Blacksburg, Inc. is proud to present our Non-Profit Member of the Month for May 2016-Habitat for Humanity.

bob bThis is Bob B. who is 80 years old and volunteers in the ReStore, full time. He has developed a wood working shop in the store where he utilizes donated parts and materials to build interesting furniture, shelves, toys and other things that we can sell. In fact, this summer the ReStore will have a booth at Steppin’ Out selling many of the things Bob built. He built custom log homes as his trade and fortunately for us he wants to serve our community in this way. He made some many beautiful things that last year, he was one of our top donors after they sold!

He enjoys teaching others who would like to learn to use wood working tools and make interesting and useful things.

 

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 Habitat works to eliminate barriers to a better, healthier, more financially stable life. With our help, Habitat homeowners achieve the strength, stability and independence they need to build a better future for themselves and their families.

Our core values

  • Strong and stable homes help build strong and stable communities.
  • Decent shelter is something we all need to thrive.
  • With a little help, we all have the potential to stand on our own.
  • Bold actions speak louder than words.
  • Working together, side by side, promotes understanding and self-reliance.

THE ReStore 
Our primary fundraiser receives donations of furniture, appliances, and all types of home improvement and construction material. We sell those donations to the public at our warehouse located at 1675 N Franklin St in Christiansburg. Shoppers range from crafters to builders, homeowners to rental property managers. The store is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10-6pm. We welcome volunteers and volunteer groups to assist in the process.

Our 30 Second Story
We partner with everyone to build or improve a place that can be called home. Habitat for Humanity builds homes and communities by focusing on 3 attributes:

Strength
A Habitat home is a strong foundation for a family, an opportunity on which they can build a better life. Strong and stable homes help build strong and stable communities.asp

Stability
A Habitat home is a stabilizing force for a family. Better, affordable living conditions lead to improved health, stronger childhood development and the ability and financial flexibility to make forward looking choices.

Self Reliance
Through shelter, we empower. A decent place to live and an affordable mortgage help homeowners save more, invest in education, pursue opportunity and have more financial stability.

Your financial support, your time and your voice will help bring independence to families in need of a decent place to live.

Your donation never stops giving. We use your dollar to build affordable homes and the homebuyer pays it back through their mortgage so we can build again, completing the cycle of giving.

To Volunteer
To Give
To Learn more visit HabitatNRV.org

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CALL 381-1155

OR VISIT

1675 N FRANKLIN IN CHRISTIANSBURG

High Peak Sportswear- DBI Business Member of the Month

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Downtown Blacksburg, Inc is proud to present our Business Member of the Month for March 2016- High Peak Sportswear.

LaurenLocated at 209 College Avenue, right next to Greenhouse Boardshop and Souvlaki, and just a few steps away from Virginia Tech campus,  High Peak Sportswear is your best source for t-shirts, golf shirts, hats, and all types of imprinted apparel and gift items! We are recognized as a national leader in the screen printing and embroidery industry. We also provide a full selection of promotional products including calendars, bags, pens, cups, mugs, and magnets just to name a few.

FamilyManaged by Travis Bishop, with a little assistance from his two young daughters  when school is out, High Peak Sportswear offers a family friendly convenient shopping environment. Travis is the proud father of Emily (10yrs old), and Erin (8 yrs old). The girls are an integral part of the store and can be seen helping to shovel the sidewalk after a snowstorm; cleaning up the stock area or helping customers to feel at home while they visit the store. Travis and the girls share a love of soccer and he is now serving his 16th season as an Assistant Coach for Blacksburg High School Boys Soccer Team.

High Peak Sportswear is responsible for printing and producing a number of special lines of t-shirts each year including the Steppin’ Out t-shirt, Help Save the Next Girl t-shirt, the Big Event t-shirt and t-shirts for numerous sporting teams throughout the New River Valley.High Peak Sportswear also print for VT Athletics, Student Organizations, businesses, VT Departments, youth sports team, Montgomery Co. Schools, as well as Radford University Student Organizations and departments.

Travis tells us, “We do almost all the shirts for Help Save the Next Girl and their individual chapters.”

High Peak Sportswear also injects a sense of fun into the Hokie Spirit.The top sellers in the store are the “You Had Me a Let’s Go”, “Horse on a Treadmill” and the”Gobble Gobble” t-shirts. The store provides you with a quality product- from Hokie Baby clothes to team t-shirts; from seasonal themed shirts to fundraising or special cause awareness; from Steppin’ Out t-shirts to Football Fun; you can find it all in High Peak Sportswear!

High Peak Sportswear is a member of Downtown Blacksburg, Inc.

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Fringe Benefit- DBI Business Member of the Month

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Downtown Blacksburg, Inc is proud to present our Business Member of the Month for January 2016- Fringe Benefit

Owned and operated by Nancyne Willoughby, a Virginia Tech graduate, Fringe Benefit is proud to have served the community for 42 years.

In March 1972 the original owner, local entrepreneur Beverly Patterson, opened Fringe Benefit in the old Mill building, later to move it down to street-front at 217 College Avenue. It was an all natural fiber store, to combat the evil polyester of the 1970’s! Nancyne remembers shopping there when she was at Tech in the late 70’s. This very successful women’s clothing and accessories shop was there for more than two decades.

Beverly moved to Texas in the early 80’s and the store needed some attention. Nancyne had managed a few other boutiques in town after college and decided to ask Bev if she would ever sell the store; a few years later Bev was ready to sell. Judy Murray and Nancyne bought the store from Beverly in September 1987. They updated the business and worked together as co-owners until Judy left the business in 1997. The original store was 900 sq feet. Nancyne decided she wanted a fresher look and a bigger space so she moved into the current location, the old spot where Davidson’s men’s clothing shop had been at 117 N. Main St. in June of 2004.

Nancyne was born in Massachusetts, grew up mostly in Northern VA, came to Blacksburg to go to Virginia Tech, and never left. She earned a BA in Art, with a minor in History at VT. She joined DBI, formerly the Downtown Merchants of Blacksburg, in 1987 and has served as President of the Organization for a total of 16 years since joining. She is currently serving a second term on the Board. Nancyne was instrumental in the renovation of the Lyric Theatre and was a member of the original Lyric Board for 10 years. She has also served on the Friends of the Farmers Market Board for 10 years.

Nancyne says: “I love being downtown, you get a real sense of community. I love interacting with my customers!”

Special Features of shopping local at Fringe Benefit
Fashion Shows- Fringe Benefit has provided clothing and accessories for Fashion Shows over the years for the Blacksburg Newcomers Club & the Blue Ridge Cancer Center

If you like expert assistance, we will be glad to provide it with our personal service. Whether you are shopping for yourself or a gift for someone else, we have unique items that are sure to please anyone.

Speaking of gifts, we provide free gift wrapping, reward you with 20% off on your birthday and enjoy the benefits of our frequent buyers club. Come in today to find out more details of these benefits!

Gifts Galore-Looking for that perfect gift? Find it in our gift selection of Ten Thousand Villages, bath products from Caswell-Massey, local hand crafted soaps, cards from Palm Press and Local Wisdom.

Accolades Include:
Roanoke Times- Best of the NRV- Best Place to buy Women’s Fashions, Best Hidden Gem
Collegiate Times- Best of Blacksburg- Best Clothing Store

Downtown Blacksburg Inc- 2nd Best decorated Holiday Tree- 2014

Check out our website: www.fringebenefitva.com/index.html
Follow us on Face Book: www.facebook.com/Fringe-Benefit-97924721561/?fref=ts

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The Blacksburg Museum & Cultural Foundation- DBI Non-Profit Member of the Month

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Downtown Blacksburg, Inc. is proud to present our Non-Profit Member of the Month for November 2015 The Blacksburg Museum & Cultural Foundation

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The Blacksburg Museum and Cultural Foundation’s (BMCF) builds community through Blacksburg’s arts, history and cultural heritage with a wide variety of exhibits, activities and events. The BMCF operates and programs the Alexander Black House & Cultural Center and St Luke & Odd Fellows Hall (SLOFH).

The Alexander Black House & Cultural Center is more home than history, presenting engaging programs and a venue for people to gather in a casual atmosphere where comfort meets culture. It’s a place where you can take pride in the heritage of the community without pretense. The Alexander Black House is a place for everyone, regardless of age or interests.
The museum’s free Holiday Open House was a huge hit this year. The Alexander Black House was dressed to the nines in traditional Victorian Style holiday décor, and great music by Dan Warren, Christian and Renee Rippe, and the Southwest Virginia Harp Society completed the holiday experience. Larry Bechtel also held a lecture where he discussed his Nativity Sculpture collected, titled ‘A Christmas Story’.

St Luke & Odd Fellows Hall is a museum of Blacksburg’s African American Culture and preserves the memories of the many families who lived in the neighborhood of New Town. Yearly festivals are held to build on the traditions of the Hall as a performance venue. Blues, Brews & BBQ held at SLOFH more than doubled its offerings and attendance this year. With two stages, eight bands, over 400 community members and several business and University partners, this event has become a much anticipated yearly event.

For those looking for a formal event, the annual Alexander Black Tie Gala happens in the fall which features a champagne reception, silent auction, specially created dinner, live music, dancing, and entertainment. This year’s gala boasted exceptional food, great music, and perfect weather! If you missed this year’s Gala, they hope to see you next year! You can purchase tickets and reserve tables by calling the Alexander Black House.

The Alexander Black House is the perfect place to book a rental. Have an event you want to hold? Events in 2015 included the Horseshoes and Hats Kentucky Derby Casino Night, weddings, baby showers, and more!

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For more information about events hosted by BMCF, visit their website at www.blacksburghistory.org or their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/blacksburghistory/timeline?ref=page_internal.

Matrix Gallery- DBI Business Member of the Month

14 Dec

Downtown Blacksburg, Inc is proud to present our Business Member of the Month for December 2015- Matrix Gallery

The Beginnings
Lana Juarez majored in Fine Arts at Virginia Tech, and it did not take her long at all to fall in love with the town of Blacksburg, Virginia. She’s always loved small towns and always felt at home with the independently-owned shops and businesses here. With her degree in hand, she applied to any arts-related job in the area that she could find, although most were commercial arts oriented, and that was not her training. Thus, her first job out of college was scooping ice cream at Gillies Confectionery!

Ten Years after Graduating College
Lana made a living gypsy style, traveling the East Coast and Midwest doing juried craft fairs. She met an amazing family of fellow artists and craftspeople, and over the years she was exposed to an incredible variety of top of the line creations including jewelry, pottery, woodwork, blown glass, and leatherwork—in fact, most all of the things she carries in the gallery to this day. She used to wish and wish that someone would open a crafts gallery so she could work there. That never happened, so she did it herself!

1987
A little space on Main Street became available, and although she had traveled to some Colorado ski towns and even considered the Outer Banks of North Carolina for the gallery, starting here at home made the most sense. Matrix Gallery started as a three person partnership (Lana, her talented ex, Gil Roberts, and the visionary local builder, Phil Louer). The doors never would have opened with out the hard work of each of them, and Lana is so grateful they made such a great team. Time marched on, and she ended up buying out each of her partners, and with nerves of steel and a great miniature staff (of one, occasionally one and a half), she continues to run Matrix Gallery.

Today
Lana loves the little gallery now as much as she ever did and still gets excited when she finds new work, and she is so grateful for the support of this community. It has been such a pleasure for her to share her love of beautifully crafted, functional art to live with and art to use and enjoy every day. She has always loved the care and energy put into something that is made by hand, and it has always been important to her to support American artists who are brave and driven enough to continue this important tradition.

 

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#ShopSmallBburg

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SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY- NOVEMBER 28

Downtown Blacksburg Passport Program

Start your Holiday shopping while supporting our local small businesses and enjoy special bargains, prize drawings and fun!
DBI Passport- the following business will be offering some special treats and deals when you show your Downtown passport. Passports will be available in downtown businesses starting one week before Small Business Saturday.

• 310 Rosemont
• Artful Gallery Store
• Cabo Fish Taco
• Capone’s Jewelry
• Fringe Benefit
• Gourmet Pantry
• Greenhouse Boardshop
• Heirloom Originals
• High Peak Sportswear
• Honeysuckle Studio
• John’s Cameras & Records
• Kent Jewelers
• Lyric Theatre
• Mad Dog
• Matrix Gallery
• Mish Mish
• Nice Dreams
• P. Buckley Moss Gallery
• t.r.collection
• Uncommonly Gifted
• YMCA Thrift Store

Visit our Facebook event here

Go Shopping Montgomery County

• Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce FREE RAFFLE- Each participating business will be giving shopper tickets to the first 50 customers. Those tickets will be placed into a drawing for a $100 gift card from the Chamber.- Stop in to participating businesses and sign up to win $100. No purchase required.
• Participating Downtown Blacksburg Businesses include- Artful Gallery Store, Fringe Benefit, Greenhouse Boardshop, Kent Jewelers, Mad Dog, Matrix Gallery, Mish Mish, P. Buckley Moss Gallery, t.r. collection, Uncommonly Gifted.

For full list of participating businesses visit: Go Shopping Montgomery County

Blacksburg Museum & Cultural Foundation Gift Shop
10% off all Alexander Black House signature items including “Historic Buildings in Blacksburg” ornaments.

 

Top 10 Reasons to Support Locally Owned Businesses

1.  Local Character and Prosperity
In an increasingly homogenized world, communities that preserve their one-of-a-kind businesses and distinctive character have an economic advantage.
2.  Community Well-Being
Locally owned businesses build strong communities by sustaining vibrant town centers, linking neighbors in a web of economic and social relationships, and contributing to local causes.
3. Local Decision-Making
Local ownership ensures that important decisions are made locally by people who live in the community and who will feel the impacts of those decisions.
4.  Keeping Dollars in the Local Economy
Compared to chain stores, locally owned businesses recycle a much larger share of their revenue back into the local economy, enriching the whole community.
5.  Job and Wages
Locally owned businesses create more jobs locally and, in some sectors, provide better wages and benefits than chains do.
6.  Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship fuels America’s economic innovation and prosperity, and serves as a key means for families to move out of low-wage jobs and into the middle class.
7.  Public Benefits and Costs
Local stores in town centers require comparatively little infrastructure and make more efficient use of public services relative to big box stores and strip shopping malls.
8.  Environmental Sustainability
Local stores help to sustain vibrant, compact, walkable town centers-which in turn are essential to reducing sprawl, automobile use, habitat loss, and air and water pollution.
9.  Competition
A marketplace of tens of thousands of small businesses is the best way to ensure innovation and low prices over the long-term.
10.  Product Diversity
A multitude of small businesses, each selecting products based, not on a national sales plan, but on their own interests and the needs of their local customers, guarantees a much broader range of product choices.

© Institute for Local Self-Reliance.

https://ilsr.org/why-support-locally-owned-businesses/


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SGA & DBI bring 10 Days of Downtown fun to students!

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Post by Erin Fischer
with input from
Andrew O’Sullivan, SGA Director of Community Initiatives &
Laureen Blakemore, Director of Downtown Blacksburg, Inc.

With Halloween and 10 Days of Downtown quickly approaching, we have you covered on the latest happenings Downtown.SGA-Logo-new Once again Downtown Blacksburg, Inc. and the Virginia Tech Student Government (SGA) are working together to get students more involved in the Downtown community- their new home way from home! During the 10 Days of Downtown, students can receive 10% off at stores and restaurants on the calendar by showing their Hokie Passport. At the same time, they can visit shops/restaurants participating in the Loyalty Program, and if they collect 5 stamps by Halloween, they earn a free Blacksburg “Love Where You Live” t-shirt.

Monday, October 12th
SGA will be on Drillfield distributing the following in preparation for 10 Days of Downtown:
• Punch cards with flyer attached to explain program
• $2 off Farmers Market Tokens
• Maroon Effect Buttons

Thursday, October 22nd
Kickoff of 10 Days of Downtown
Pretty in Pink
• Various activities throughout the downtown area to raise money for the Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation (VBCF). Details available at www.downtownblacksburg.com
PIP logo FH (2)• Pink Cupcakes with Gemstones and chance to win a diamond sponsored by Next Door Bake Shop & Kent Jewelers
• BUY & EAT DOWNTOWN ALL DAY to support VBCF! Participating Downtown Merchants will be donating a percentage of their proceeds for the day – look for the PINK ribbon! See www.downtownblacksburg.com for a list of participating merchants!

 

Wednesday, October 28th
Cash Mob
• Meet in Squires Lobby at 5:30 p.m.
• Get Goodie bag for attending
o Random SGA goodies
o Handful of Farmers Market Tokens
o Raffle tickets for free t-shirts
• “Storm” as a group to two stores
• Then “storm” a local restaurant for dinner

Saturday, October 31st
Downtown Trick-or-Treat  from 1-4 p.m.
• Featuring downtown Trick or Treat, Costume Contest at the Lyric, fun-filled activities on College Avenue with Blacksburg Police Department, Virginia Tech Student SGA, and more!
• SGA will have a table for students who received 5 punches to collect their free T-Shirts

The 10 Days of Downtown runs through Oct 22-31 and is a great time for students to get to know and love our local businesses- DBI_benchlogotry out somewhere new and enjoy 10% off while you shop and dine! For more information about the 10 Days of Downtown keep an eye open for the Table Cards in the VT Dining Halls, the SGA website and Facebook.
www.sga.vt.edu

BUY. EAT. LIVE. WATCH. LOCAL. in downtown Blacksburg!