It’s Official

LMCC Raffle 12.23.14

The winners of our 10th Annual Sleigh of Goodies raffle were drawn late yesterday.

Congratulations to Thomas Ellison of Livingston Manor, Julie Gray of Liberty and Emma Wegener of Roscoe!

Thank you to everyone that has spent some time visiting, dining and shopping in Livingston Manor this holiday season. We hope you found some great gifts.

Trains on Main continues until the New Year, and many of our merchants and eateries will be open from Friday, December 26 on.

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all!

POST HOLIDAY UPDATE: We asked this year’s winners to let us know what they thought about our Sleigh of Goodies raffle, and this is what they said:

“Being a lucky winner was a great experience. I think that the Sleigh of Gifts is a wonderful way to promote local shopping. The promotion enhances the friendly local atmosphere and makes it more fun to shop locally.”

“Together with “Trains on Main” it creates a unique and inviting shopping destination for those of us who live here, across the county and beyond.”

Thank you all for participating and for shopping in Livingston Manor this holiday season.

Such A Wonderful Time of Year

John B. Johnston's Historic Sleigh (c. 1910) 12.08.14
Photo by Bradley Diuguid at the CAS Arts Center

The Livingston Manor Chamber of Commerce is delighted to be giving away another sleigh-full of gifts from local merchants this holiday season.

The 10th Annual Sleigh of Goodies is a way for all of us to thank you for shopping local. The more you shop, the better your chances are to win, and there will be THREE LUCKY WINNERS!

Here’s how it works. Stop by any participating business and make a purchase from now through Tuesday, December 23. You will receive one raffle ticket for every $10 you spend.

Three shoppers will then be randomly selected December 23 to receive a portion of the gifts – just before Christmas and the New Year.

The historic horse drawn sleigh (c. 1910) shown above is owned by John B. Johnston and currently on display at the CAS Arts Center, 48 Main Street.