Ca$h Mob Fun Spread the Word!

Sponsored by First National Bank of Moose Lake & endorsed by the Moose Lake Area Chamber
 

Join First National Bank employees and help us Ca$h Mob our local home based businesses!  Shopping and refreshments in the name of boosting the local economy – it’s a WIN/WIN!

 

April 10th thru April 12th

 

 

‘MOB HIT’ at “The building on the corner of 300 Elm Avenue and 3rd Street Right next to the Dodge Warp Law Office in downtown Moose Lake”

 Hours will be:

Thursday, April 10th:     11 am until 7 pm
Friday, April 11th:           11 am until 7 pm
Saturday, April 12th:      9 am until 2 pm
 
Business pop up’s will include; Thirty One, Moons Glass Reflections, Hammers and Heels, Send Out Cards, Autumn Grains, Mercy Hospital gifts, Moose Lake Area Historical Society gifts, Art’s Café, Norwex and many, many more!
 

 The first five customers to spend $20.00 each day will receive a free meal at Art’s Café.

 

Ca$h Mob Rules!

- Bring Friends & Have Fun, dress alike, wear school colors or funny hat. If you are really daring, dye your hair blue!

- Meet New Friends

- Spend Money Locally

 

 
 Images from our very first Ca$h Mob.
 
 
                 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 If you would like to nominate a business please send your nomination to fnb@firstmooselake.com.
 
What is a Ca$h Mob? A cash mob brings community members together much like a flash mob. However, instead of the normal flash-mob activities, the Ca$h Mob storms the doors of a preselected mom-and-pop business. Each mobber is there to spend money. Our Ca$h Mob is about supporting local business. An event like this generates money for the business and awareness of what that business has to offer right in our local community. It is not about the bank or business giving away freebies; it is about shopping and socializing locally!
 
 
 
Why a Ca$h Mob?  As a small business itself, FNBML understands the importance of local “Mom & Pop” shops in our community. They employ our friends and neighbors. Often times they gave our children their first jobs. They pay taxes that support our Schools and City Services. They donate countless hours and dollars to improve our community and sponsor many entertaining events.

 

 

Get Social and Shop Local!