June 26, 2012 at 5:38pm
While chatting up Comfort Food Cafe's new breakfast menu items (waffles, breakfast sandwiches, cinnamon rolls) with owner Beti Tarantino, she indulges information about a fantastic program in Puyallup involving local businesses. It's known as the "Puyallup Passport" and it's purpose is to help citizens explore businesses in their community.
For a $20 fee participants receive a passport booklet that includes fantastic specials and deals from Puyallup entities such as:
As participants discover said great specials, stamps are earned to fill their passport. Once all stamps have been earned they are eligible to be turned in for entry to win a 2012 Ford Fiesta from Korum Ford in September. Say what? A car?!
Proceeds from the $20 book fee go to a local food bank and animal shelter, so this was put together out of one generous thought: To promote local businesses.
As if said discounts weren't enough, For every Puyallup Passport that is purchased and donated to "We Support Our Troops", Puyallup Passport will donate an additional booklet and be distributed on our very own JBLM military base.
Stop by any Puyallup business to purchase, or visit www.puyalluppassport.com.
(Photo credit: Steph DeRosa)
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