A popular campaign is back for the holiday season in Windsor-Essex.
The Downtown Windsor Business Improvement Association, in partnership with the province and the Windsor District CUPE, has relaunched the Ultimate #ShopLocal Gift Basket campaign.
âSmall independent businesses, especially in the city center, are eager to welcome shoppers to stay safe, shop locally, and shop for nice gift items you couldn’t find elsewhere,â said DWBIA President Brian Yeomans .
Windsor District CUPE board chair Natalie Popovic said they recognize the importance of buying locally this year, and not just because of the global bottlenecks crippling the global supply chain.
âLocal businesses have been hit hard over the past year and a half, so buying local not only makes it easier for yourself to find things your friends and family will love, you also make sure that the money you pay for. you spend is staying in the community you live in, âshe said. âYou support real people in your own neighborhoods. “
A local gift basket curator is offering holiday shoppers seven unique collections this year.
Buyers can select one or more of the following:
- Mistletoe Mornings, designed for the coffee lover;
- The Very Merry Everything, for those who already have everything;
- Tidings and Tinsel, for the loved one in your life who deserves a spa night every night;
- From the wise man’s trailer, tailor-made for the boy (or lady!) To beer and books in your life;
- Frost Fest, carefully curated for your favorite artist;
- Festive fiesta, which is sure to please the whole family;
- Star of Wonder, Star of Night, designed for those who are ready to party and bring the party home.
These baskets can be ordered in advance and will be delivered between December 1 and 23 to further enhance your gift shopping experience.
The price of the gift baskets ranges from $ 50 to $ 250.