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Chamber promotes 'mobs' at local dining establishments

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[February 17, 2014]  The Lincoln/Logan County Chamber of Commerce has announced a new program, "Lunch Mobs." This new program will target Logan County restaurants that are chamber members.

A lunch mob by definition is a band of people intent on dining local, spending local and supporting local by enjoying a great dining experience in Logan County. The lunch mob mission is to connect the outstanding eateries in Logan County with potential new customers while allowing for an additional boost of revenue to the participating business. This is also a great way to network and meet new people. Watch for a new Lunch Mob location every month.

This Lunch Mob campaign will begin on Feb. 28 at 11 a.m. at Culver's, 2530 Woodlawn Road. Stop by for great food and great company. Culver's provides a 10 percent discount to any chamber member. Be sure to present your Member2Member card when purchasing your meal. The flavor of the day on Feb. 28 will be "Really Reese's," so stop in and check it out.

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If you are interested in being a Lunch Mob host or want more information about joining the chamber of commerce, contact Nicole Cox, or 217-735-2385.

Lunch Mobs are a part of the chamber's mission to advocate, support and unify local businesses for the prosperity of Logan County.

[Text from file received from the Lincoln/Logan County Chamber of Commerce]

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