Ironton aLive hosts scavenger hunt Sept. 6
IRONTON -- Ironton aLive is continuing its mission to showcase what the city has to offer by sending people into downtown businesses on The Great I-Town Scavenger Hunt.
Select Ironton merchants will display Ironton aLive posters that reflect the colors and logos of Lawrence County high schools.
The mission of scavenger hunters will be to visit these merchants, locate the poster, then record the name of the school posted there on the official Ironton aLive Scavenger Hunt form, according to a news release from Ironton aLive.
Prizes will be given in the form of "Ironton Bucks," redeemable at local merchants. Prize amounts are as follows:
First place: 250 Ironton Bucks
Second place: 100 Ironton Bucks
Third place: 50 Ironton Bucks
Fourth place: 50 Ironton Bucks
Fifth place: $25 Ironton Bucks
Sixth place: $25 Ironton Bucks.
Official scavenger hunt forms can be obtained on Saturday, Sept. 6, at the Ironton Farmers Market, 220 S. 2nd St., Ironton, or during regular business hours at Printing Express, 1229 S. 3rd St., Ironton.
The scavenger hunt begins on Sept. 6 and continues through noon on Saturday, Sept. 13. Completed forms must be returned to the Farmers Market or Printing Express by noon on Sept. 13.
A drawing will be conducted at the Farmers Market at noon on on Sept. 20 to determine the winners.
Specific rules, terms and conditions apply and are available at Printing Express and on
Ironton aLive's Facebook page.
For more information, contact Ironton aLive chairperson Katrina Keith at 740-534-9025 or promotions chairperson Steve Call at 740-533-4559 or email@example.com.
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