Join us for Waterville Works BINGO. Because when Waterville Works, everyone wins!
HERE’S HOW IT WORKS:
- Download the B-I-N-G-O playing sheet below or clip, scan or snap a photo of it inside the Morning Sentinel, Kennebec Journal, Town Line, or Mid-Maine Chamber InTouch Newsletter.
- Visit the downtown Waterville businesses included on the sheet and complete the offer indicated in the square. You will receive a unique stamp from each business.
- When you collect five stamps in a row, any direction, simply submit your sheet to be entered into a drawing for one of two $50 Chamber Gift Certificates, redeemable at nearly 200 businesses! (Original scans or entries only, no photocopies accepted.)
Completed sheets may be scanned, photographed and emailed, faxed, mailed or dropped off:
Fax: (207) 877-0087
Mail or Drop Off:
Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce
50 Elm Street
Waterville, ME 04901
Deadline for entries: Friday, July 31, 2020
Watch for more promotions coming in August!
Find Waterville Works Summer Savings coupons here. They are good through the end of July at some of the downtown businesses. Coupons will run in the Town Line, and the Chamber’s INTOUCH newsletter. Your support of our downtown businesses is very important to their success – so whether you bring in a coupon, or pay them a visit and get a BINGO stamp – please be sure to shop locally! When Waterville Works, everyone wins!
Mid-Maine Chamber leads the way during downtown construction with Waterville Works initiative
WATERVILLE, MAINE, April 2020
Waterville Works is a construction update and comprehensive marketing plan for downtown Waterville, developed by Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce with input and involvement from downtown business owners and geared to provide continued growth and vitality during the coming months. Downtown partners will include the City of Waterville, Waterville Public Library, Small Business Waterville and Waterville Creates! – each sharing coordinated messaging to reinforce a thriving downtown.
This program is being introduced as construction work begins on April 20 on water main installation, beginning at the intersection of Main, Front and Spring Streets then heading north on Main Street past the new Lockwood Hotel. Once it reaches Common Street, it will relocate to the northern part of Main Street downtown where Main and College Avenue intersect and then head south. Throughout the project there will always be one lane of traffic open on Main Street. Kennebec Water District is responsible for the new water project and has contracted with Ranger Contracting of Fairfield to replace the water mains.
One of the goals of Waterville Works is to keep downtown businesses informed so that they may communicate to employees and customers regarding changing traffic patterns, minimizing disruptions to productivity and business. Secondly, the Chamber wants to engage the entire business community and consumers in efforts to bolster sales, assure continuation of foot traffic, build excitement over cross-promotion capabilities, and offer valid solutions to parking and other concerns for the duration of the project.
When Waterville Works, everyone wins. Mid-Maine Chamber has some exciting and positive ways to assure residents and visitors that the city will remain very much open for business, and open to success. Plans include communications of construction timelines, coordination of marketing programs and constructive dialogue among the various organizations involved in the promotion of Waterville.
Specific traffic-building promotions may include creation of frequent-buyer cards, cross-promotion among businesses, scavenger hunts, a display window contest and more. Mid-Maine Chamber will develop the framework for this plan working with Mix 107.9 and Townsquare Media, along with the Morning Sentinel – in addition to utilizing various social media platforms like Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram. With anticipated involvement from downtown businesses this plan can assure that Waterville Works, for everyone.
To provide input or ideas, please reach out to Chamber CEO Kimberly Lindlof – firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 873-3315.
Date(s) - 12/31/2020
Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce
50 Elm Street
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