Woodstock scavenger hunt nets $1,512 for downtown businesses
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November 06, 2013 11:58 PM | 1292 views | 0 0 comments | 19 19 recommendations | email to a friend | print
‘Summit Chix’ composed of, from left, Kat Lambert, Christina Smith and Allison Chandler take part in the photo portion of the contest
‘Summit Chix’ composed of, from left, Kat Lambert, Christina Smith and Allison Chandler take part in the photo portion of the contest
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Chandler and Lambert compete by posing for a fishing photo as part of the scavenger hunt.
Chandler and Lambert compete by posing for a fishing photo as part of the scavenger hunt.
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Team “Summit Chix” won the Discover Woodstock Scavenger Hunt, and the winning three-person team took home big prizes.

The team was composed of Christina Smith, Allison Chandler and Kat Lambert, who won a $100 Downtown Dollars Gift Certificate, as well as gift certificates donated by many downtown merchants.

The Discover Woodstock Scavenger Hunt took place between Oct. 25 and Nov. 1, and took participants on a journey through Woodstock.

The week-long event consisted of 100 challenges where participants took creative photos of various things around Woodstock.

Teams that took part in the scavenger hunt turned in receipts for purchases made in downtown Woodstock during the time frame of the scavenger hunt to earn bonus points, and combined, all of the teams that took part in the scavenger hunt spent a combined total of $1,512 at downtown businesses during the event.

Those who participated with prizes included Salon & Spa Venessa, The Wright Stuff Collectables, Canyons Burger Company, Salon Bastille, Dismero Redline, Natural Strides and Brooklynn’s. The prizes were awarded to the top three finishing teams in the scavenger hunt.

The second Discover Woodstock Scavenger Hunt will take place in the spring.

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