District of Clearwater director of finance Roxanne Shepherd (l) presents Carol Solberg with $750 in Clearwater Bucks for winning first place in the District’s Shop, Stamp and win shop local campaign. The draw was held Dec. 20.

Shop local winners get their prizes

All prizes were in Clearwater Bucks and must be spent in participating businesses

Winners of District of Clearwater’s “Shop, Stamp and Win” buy local campaign have received their prizes.

Carol Solberg took home $750 for first place,Tara Stelter got $500 for placing second, and third place winner Nan Cole received $250.

All prizes were in Clearwater Bucks and must be spent in participating businesses

The draw for the contest, which began Nov. 14, was held Dec. 20.

READ MORE: District of Clearwater announces Buy Local winners (Dec. 20, 2017)

 

Rylen Stetler congratulates his mother, Tara Stetler, on winning second place in District of Clearwater’s Shop Local campaign. She takes home $500 in Clearwater Bucks.

Nan Cole holds the $250 in Clearwater Bucks she won for taking third place in District of Clearwater’s buy local campaign: Shop, Stamp and Win. The draw was made Dec. 20.

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