Last updated on July 2nd, 2019 at 09:46 am
Mayfair to offer Valentine scavenger hunt
Wauwatosa-based Mayfair Mall will challenge shoppers to power up mobile devices to search for the love at the mall. The scavenger hunt, which kicked off yesterday, challenges people to find and scan the love-themed QR codes hidden throughout Mayfair.
“Smart phones now play such a central part of our everyday lives, so we try to create fun and engaging promotions to keep our guests entertained while shopping at our malls,” said Brenda Vento, Mayfair Marketing Manager.
From now until Feb. 14, hearts, cupids and red lips embedded with QR codes will adorn different areas of the mall. Each day, when a shopper locaes and scans one of the codes they are instantly entered for a chance to win one of 30 $10 mall gift cards.
The Where is the Love? sweepstakes grand prize is a seven-day, six-night vacation for two to Kauai, Hawaii. The trip includes round trip airfare for two, hotel accommodations and airport transfers.
The first scan awards one sweepstakes entry; locating the second scan awards five additional sweepstakes entries; and finding the third scan awards an additional 10 sweepstakes entries.
Participants must be at least 13 years old to enter. Visit www.mayfairmall.com for other entry requirements and official rules.
Kohl’s offers new Dana Buchman line of pink products
Kohl’s Department Store has launched its latest Kohl’s Cares Dana Buchman cause merchandise collection.
The collection includes apparel, accessories, fashion jewelry, scarves, umbrellas, wristlets, tees and watches featuring the signature Dana Buchman safari print in various shades of pink, brown and tan.
Kohl’s breast cancer cause merchandise program is available year-round, with 100 percent of the net profit donated to the fight against cancer.
Outpost to open retail kiosk at Aurora Sinai
Milwaukee-based Outpost Natural Foods, one of the largest natural foods cooperatives in the United States, announces that it will open a new 225 square foot retail space in the lobby at Aurora Sinai Medical Center at 945 N. 12th St., Milwaukee.
Outpost Market Cafe will offer a variety of signature made-from-scratch Outpost prepared food items including bakery, sandwiches, soups, salads and entrees. The kiosk will also offer hot coffee and tea, juices, a limited selection of local, fresh and non-perishable staple grocery items like milk and dairy, eggs, produce, bread, bulk items, convenient center aisle foods and bagged coffee.
Outpost currently has two smaller take-away food kiosks located in the Aurora Sinai cafeteria that will remain. Both locations serve a purpose for hospital staff, patients and visitors as well as people in the surrounding community, including Marquette University, the Pabst Brewery development and the Milwaukee County Courthouse.
“Outpost’s vision is to connect our entire community to our fresh, tasty and wholesome foods whether they walk through our stores or not. Aurora Sinai is one of the first locations where Outpost began selling wholesale products back in 2007 with that purpose in mind,” said Outpost general manager, Pam Mehnert.