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06/05/2014 – VIDEO – Re-Grand Opening of Downtown Hamilton set for June 14th

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Re-Grand Opening of Downtown Hamilton

Buck$ Participating Merchants

  • A-1 Title
  • Addie Jack Supply Company
  • Ann’s Alterations
  • Ann’s Boutique
  • Blossom Shop
  • Cash Saver
  • City Pawn
  • Coffee Buzz
  • Diamond Western Outlet
  • Fred’s Pharmacy
  • Grace School of Dance
  • Hamilton B.A.S.E.
  • Hamilton Flowers & Gifts
  • Loden’s Furniture
  • Marion County Veterinary Clinic
  • Molly Mae’s
  • MotorSportsSuperStore
  • Old School Barbershop
  • Picket Fence Antiques
  • Solid Gold & Alliecats
  • Something Beautiful
  • Southern Savings Discount Grocery
  • Sportees
  • Sports Gallery
  • Stop Market
  • Stop Market Express
  • Town Square Jewelry
  • Watha’s

Hamilton Buck$ and Weather Radio Giveaways

Re-Grand Opening of Downtown Hamilton

June 14, 2014

1 P.M. $200
2 P.M. $100
3 P.M. $100
4 P.M. $200
5 P.M. $100
6 P.M. $100
7 P.M. $200
8 P.M. $100
9 P.M. *** $100
10 P.M. $500

If winners are present for $100 and $200 drawings, they receive an extra $25 in Hamilton Buck$.

The $500 winner, if present at drawing, will receive an extra $50 in Hamilton Buck$.

Hamilton Fire Department Weather Radio Giveaways:
Six radios will be given away at
1 p.m., 3 p.m., 5 p.m., 7 p.m., and 9 p.m.

***Cruise-in participants only

Photo id required to claim all prizes

What Are Hamilton Buck$ and How Do They Work?

Hamilton Buck$ are coupons which spend just like money. Hamilton Buck$ are typically used in a promotion during a special event in the city of Hamilton and are usually in $20 or $25 increments.

Customers register for Hamilton Buck$ to be given away at a special event (such as the Re-Grand Opening of Downtown Hamilton). The only method of registration is by a customer making a purchase at an officially registered participating merchant during the time prior to the event and throughout the day of the event. There will be signage posted at businesses who have registered with the Hamilton Area Chamber of Commerce which says “Participating Merchant – Hamilton Buck$.”

Since you, the customers, are making purchases in order to register, you do not have to be present to win; however, please make sure to legibly print your name, address, and telephone number on the registration form. (If we cannot read it, the entry will be disqualified, and we will draw again.)

If your name is selected at the event as the winner of Hamilton Buck$, you will be asked to provide proper identification (such as a driver’s license) in order to collect your Hamilton Buck$ from Chamber officials.

Note: For the drawings to be held at the Re-Grand Opening of Downtown Hamilton, you are not required to be present to win, however, if you are present for the drawing in which you win, you will be awarded an extra amount (see schedule).

Winners of Hamilton Buck$ will have thirty (30) days to be redeemed at official participating merchants. In other words, the deadline for redemption by Hamilton Buck$ winners is July 13, 2014.

Entertainment Schedule

12 p.m. The National Anthem – Hamilton High School Aggie Band
Posting of Colors by Boy Scout Troop 56
1 p.m. Chris Williams
1:45 p.m. Grace School of Dance – Liberty Joy Dance Company
2 p.m. Karen Wheaton & Chosen
2:45 p.m. Elite Dancers & Key Dancers
3 p.m. First Born Sons
4 p.m. Valarie Robertson
5 p.m. Shannon Knight
6 p.m. Victoria Damone & friends
7 p.m. Josie Beth Jones
8 p.m. Below Zero
9 p.m. Rearview

Opening Ceremonies/Ribbon-Cutting Schedule

12 p.m. Welcome – Hamilton Area Chamber of Commerce
National Anthem by the Hamilton High School Aggie Band.
Posting of colors by Boy Scout Troop 56
Prayer by Brother Jeff Black
AseraCare Butterfly to Remember ceremony
12:25 p.m. Ribbon cutting #1 – Mayor and city council
Ribbon cutting #2 – Downtown Hamilton Association (DHA) board
Ribbon cutting #3 – VIP officials (U.S. senators and representatives,
Alabama senators and representatives, governor’s cabinet members, C3)
12:35 p.m. Special presentations by DHA
12:40 p.m. Ribbon cutting #4 – Southwest corner of Courthouse (for Marion County Commission and county officials)
12:45 p.m. Ribbon cutting #5 – Corner in front of Coffee Buzz (for businesses J. Streetman to Coffee Buzz to Wayne Riggs CPA)
12:50 p.m. Ribbon cutting #6 – Corner in front of Spann/Slatton Law Firm (for businesses Town Square Jewelry to Spann to Art Center)
12:55 p.m. Ribbon cutting #7 – Corner in front of Sports Gallery (for businesses from Loden’s Furniture to Sports Gallery to Addie Jack)
12:50 p.m. Ribbon cutting #8 – In front of Lawler & Cole (for First State Bank and Lawler & Cole)
12:55 p.m. Ribbon cutting #9 – In front of First Baptist Church
1 p.m. Ribbon cutting #10 – In front of Hamilton High School office

Open House Schedule

1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Open House at Lowe, Mobley, Lowe & LeDuke.
Historical storytelling guest – Mrs. Willie Fikes.
2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Open House at the Law Office of Jeremy Streetman.
Historical storytelling guest – Mr. Bill Fite.
3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Open House at the Law Office of O. Fred Wood.
Historical storytelling guest– Mr. Nelson Vinson.
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Written by 49 County News.Net

June 5, 2014 at 2:51 PM

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