Contest invites visitors to create their own Market Day for a chance to win prizes worth up to $500!
SEATTLE – The Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority (PDA) is excited to announce the launch of the Plan Your Market Day Contest. In this giveaway, visitors will get to explore the Market Directory and utilize the Market’s NEW online Day Planner tool. Pike Place Market has designed several easily accessible digital features to help visitors learn about the Market and find their next favorite shop, restaurant, artist or farmer, including an interactive Market Map. The Day Planner is one of the latest additions that allows visitors to create and share customized itineraries of their preferred Pike Place Market businesses.
This exciting facet of the fully integrated Pike Place Market website guides shoppers along their visit through self-curated or suggested itineraries. While browsing the new directory, shoppers can simultaneously create their Market Day by clicking on the “heart” next to each business listing. Visitors can create multiple itineraries, give them unique names and share them with friends or family either through email or social media.
Plan Your Market Day Contest Details
To showcase the usability and advantages of this new feature, the Make Your Market Day Contest invites everyone to craft their own personalized itinerary. To enter, participants will create a Market Day using the Day Planner, including at least seven Market businesses. Participants will then email their unique itinerary to the PDA at Marketing@PikePlaceMarket.org.
On August 2, the public will vote for their favorite itineraries. Seven lucky winners will be awarded varied Pike Place Market gift cards, with a grand prize valued at $500! The top four prize recipients will also get their Market Day featured on Pike Place Market’s website.
To read more on the official contest rules and start planning, visit here PikePlaceMarket.org/MarketDayPlanner
Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority PDA – The nine-acre historic district is maintained and operated by the Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority (PDA), a nonprofit public corporation created by the City of Seattle in 1973. The PDA supports the Market’s remarkable community by increasing farm and food retailing opportunities, supporting small and marginal businesses, and providing services for low-income individuals. In addition, PDA helps protect the essence of the Market by preserving, rehabilitating and maintaining the buildings within the Market. PikePlaceMarket.org
Madison Bristol – Marketing and Public Relations Manager
Pike Place Market PDA
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