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mainstreet gift certs rsFirst American Bank employees Melanie Reese, Assistant Vice President (L), and Joel Schram, Market President (R).The Silver City MainStreet Project and First American Bank are promoting the Holiday Season Downtown Gift Certificate Program.

According to Patrick Hoskins, Silver City MainStreet Board President and Charmeine Wait, Main Street Executive Director, the purpose of the program is to bring shoppers and dollars into Historic Downtown Silver City businesses. "We are grateful to First American Bank for sponsoring this program. They are great to work with and as a local bank, they understand the value of shopping local," states Hoskins.

"Gift certificates are a win-win situation for those who receive the gift certificates and for the downtown merchants who participate in the program" said Hoskins. "The certificates make great gifts for the holidays, birthdays, or other special occasions. And with the wide variety of retail shops, restaurants, and other services in the downtown area, these certificates make it possible for every recipient to choose just exactly what they want."

"Silver City MainStreet is always looking for ways to encourage local spending and to promote our local economy," said Wait. "The Gift Certificate Program offers a way to do just that, while at the same time giving the recipient a whole world of options- right here in downtown Silver City."

MainStreet Gift Certificates can be purchased in $5.00, $10.00, and $25.00 denominations at the First American Bank main office located at 1609 N. Swan Street, Home Furniture located at 207 South Bullard in Historic Downtown Silver City, Gila Hike and Bike located at 103 E. College, or the Silver City Visitors Center located at the corner of Broadway and Hudson Streets.

The mission of Silver City MainStreet is "To encourage a vibrant, historic downtown Silver City which is recognized as the heart of our diverse community." Please visit our website, www.silvercitymainstreet.com to learn more.

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