Christmas Mystery Envelope Promotion
and Holiday Open House
The Cherokee Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the Sixth annual Christmas Mystery Envelope Promotion in Cherokee. Look for your Mystery Envelope to arrive in your Area Advertiser on November 14. Each envelope contains a coupon good for 15%, 20% or 25% off of your purchase at participating stores. The coupons can be used November 16-19, but make sure you don’t open your envelope ahead of time.
Present your sealed envelope to the clerk at the time of your purchase. The sales clerk will open your envelope to reveal your discount. Once you have made your purchase, the clerk will give you a new, unopened envelope that you can take with you to the next store.
If you don’t receive the Area Advertiser, or miss your envelope, simply stop by the Chamber of Commerce beginning November 15 and we will give you an envelope. Or stop by any participating business to pick one up.
Participating businesses include: Blooming House, The Book Vine, Cherokee General Store, Darren’s Clothing Co., Family Table, Gasthaus Bar & Grille, Grin and Wear It, Hy-Vee Gifts and Floral, Keva Boutique, Letsche’s Bike Shop, Quilt’n Kaboodle, Royers Jewelry, and Underground Clothing.
Please remember that certain restrictions apply. See individual store ads or signs in participating businesses for complete details.
This year’s Mystery Envelope Promotion will overlap with the Cherokee Holiday Open House, November 16-19. The Holiday Open House is Cherokee’s official kick-off to the Christmas Season. Many stores will offer special savings and holiday treats to help you start your holiday shopping in Cherokee.
Cherokee is your place to be… for a day, a weekend or a lifetime.
Cherokee sits in the beautiful Little Sioux River Valley in Northwest Iowa. We are located at the junction of U.S. Hwy 59 and State Hwy. 3, about 60 miles northeast of Sioux City, IA. The Little Sioux River winds through town and provides an excellent recreational source for fishing and canoeing as well as a backdrop to a beautiful park system.
Our Historic Downtown was built in the 1870’s and features many unique shopping opportunities. Cherokee’s Main Street was designated as a Cultural District by the State of Iowa in 2004. Live music and entertainment can be heard throughout the year, but especially during the annual Jazz & Blues Festival.
Cherokee is home to the Cherokee PRCA Rodeo, Sanford Museum and Planetarium, Cherokee County Fair, Depot Renovation and Cherokee Symphony.
The Cherokee Chamber of Commerce strives to make Cherokee a positive place to live, visit and do business. Whether you are looking for something entertaining to do this weekend, or a new community to call home, a good place to shop or a place to open a new business, the Cherokee Chamber can help.