Olympia, WA – Many restaurants and shops located in downtown Olympia are concerned that they might have to close their doors for good due to COVID-19. Now, the community has an opportunity to help.

The Olympia Downtown Alliance created the Love Oly Shop & Dine Week 2020 campaign to bring more business to restaurants and shops.

“We have an amazing sense of community in downtown Olympia,” said Todd Cutts, Executive Director of the Olympia Downtown Alliance. “So many community members are asking how they can help support downtown businesses and show their love, so that’s how this campaign was born.”

Love Oly runs September 28 through October 4, 2020. Customers may pick up a "Passport" from participating businesses or access and print one here. During the week of the promotion, when a customer purchases an item valued at $10 or more from a participating business, a “Love Oly” sticker will be affixed to their “Passport.” Once the customer has 5 stickers affixed to the “Passport”, they can redeem it for their choice of a “Love Oly” facemask, hat, or bumper sticker. They will also be entered to win gift certificates to participating businesses.

Thank you to Timberland Bank, our presenting sponsor.

WHO: Olympia Downtown Alliance and participating downtown Olympia businesses
WHAT: Love Oly Shop & Dine Week 2020
WHEN: September 28 – October 4, 2020
WHERE: Participating restaurants and shops located Downtown Olympia, Washington
FOR QUESTIONS: Contact event partner, Brit Kramer

Shop & Dine Week: Here's How it Works

  1. Participating businesses and restaurants are located here and on Facebook.
  2. Print the passport from this page HERE OR you can pick one up at a participating business.
  3. Earn five stamps (by purchasing a $10 item or more, one stamp per visit) and you can turn in your passport for LoveOly Merch (hat, facemask or bumper sticker) at the walk up window at Timberland Bank downtown Olympia 423 Washington Street SE.
  4. Repeat! Every time you play you'll be entered to win gift certificates to participating businesses.