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Shop small: Weekend giveaway promotes local shopping with a chance to win a $350 gift card

Business by: Joanne Kountourakis, November 19, 2021

JK Consulting has readied its Main Street office for the holidays. Now the brand, marketing, and philanthropy company is sponsoring a special giveaway encouraging residents to shop local this weekend.

‘Tis the season to shop local, with a growing number of campaigns encouraging residents to support neighborhood shops, stores and restaurants this holiday.

The Great Northport Holiday Village Giveaway, sponsored by JK Consulting, is set for this weekend, with a chance to win big for anyone who shops local on November 20 and November 21. The concept is simple: spend $25 at five Northport Village shops and/or restaurants this Saturday and Sunday, and you can enter to win a $350 gift card to a Village venue of your choice.

How does it work? Just pick up a giveaway envelope from JK Consulting, available on their front door this weekend, shop to your heart's content, return the five receipts in the giveaway envelope via JK Consulting’s mail slot, and you’ll be entered to win. The winner’s name will be announced on the JK Consulting Instagram page as well as posted on the JK Consulting door on Monday morning.

JK Consulting is a new brand, marketing, and philanthropy company in Northport Village. Members of JK Consulting celebrated a ribbon-cutting ceremony in Northport Village last month, and are heavily involved in local community outreach.

“While we do not have a commerce store, we think it is especially important for people to shop local this year,” said Kelly Henneberry of JK Consulting. “We are doing this for goodwill and to give back to the Northport community.”

The Great Northport Holiday Village Giveaway is also sponsored by Dave Weber for Mayor (2022) and James Izzo for Trustee (2022).