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Downtown Mission businesses show their appreciation

The 20th anniversary and Customer Appreciation night takes place on Nov. 17, from 5 to 8 p.m.

It is time to celebrate.

Join the Mission Downtown Business Association and their merchants at the 20th anniversary and Customer Appreciation night on Nov. 17, from 5 to 8 p.m.

This is a chance to get a head start on festive shopping as merchants offer sales, specials, treats, surprises and more for loyal customers.

Start off your evening with a bite of dinner at one of the many eateries offering unique tastes for this very special event. Do some holiday shopping at one of our locally owned shops, all with new merchandise for everyone on your list. Some even offer free gift wrapping! Enter one of the many prize draws, or just enjoy a walk downtown and say hello to friends and neighbours.

This is a chance to enjoy everything Downtown Mission has to offer.

 

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