Follow the Cookie Crawl on November 2:
Collect Cookies from Davidson Businesses
The Town of Davidson is pleased to announce the fourth annual “Cookie Crawl” as an effort to introduce citizens and visitors to Davidson businesses, kick off the holiday shopping season, and support our local retailers.
On Saturday, November 2 from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. over 20 Davidson businesses will hand out freshly-baked, pre-packaged cookies to passport holders. To participate, please purchase a ticket for $20 via this online application: www.townofdavidson.org/CookieCrumb. A maximum of 100 tickets will be sold and each ticket guarantees one cookie per location.
On November 2, please check in at the table in front of the Village Store at 110 S. Main Street to pick up your passport and cookie collection bag. The passport will include a list of all participating businesses and a map. Participants who have not pre-paid before November 3 can pay at the table until supplies last.
Our core values state that “Davidson’s economic health is essential to its remaining a sustainable community, so town government will judiciously encourage new business opportunities.” The town’s economic development department focuses on business retention and this event will familiarize participants with our local businesses in time for the holiday shopping season.
All proceeds will be donated to the Davidson-Cornelius Child Development Center.
“This is a great way to kick-off the holiday baking and shopping season by visiting our local shops – you’ll get cookies to eat, share, or freeze for the future,” said Economic Development Manager Kim Fleming. “We’re so pleased that all proceeds will benefit the Davidson-Cornelius Child Development Center.”
For more information, please contact Kim Fleming at 704-940-9622 or firstname.lastname@example.org.