Manifested by Abilene Teachers Federal Credit Union, 325 Day (Abilene's area code, for those not familiar) is a local initiative promoting pride in the Three-Two-Five by shopping and supporting Abilene area vendors on March 25 (3.25).

Shopping local has numerous benefits to one's hometown. Regional resources stay within the community and help nurture the local economy. Relationships between business owners and patrons are strengthened. Jobs are created, and a distinct local culture is often developed. Shopping local is better for the environment too (less long-distance transportation of product).

Here's the very best part about 325 Day - participating Abilene businesses are handing out special discounts to celebrate. Maybe it's $3.25 off a coffee. Maybe it's 32.5 percent off a detailing service. You'll have to dig around to find what suits you.


This year's dining establishment participants include 325 Nutrition, Caitie Pies, Cakes by Birdie, Chelsea's Burgers, Chucks & Pearls, Copper Creek, Doubletree's Smokehouse, El Fenix Cafe, Grain Theory, Jolly Scoops, Kristmas Kookies, Los Arcos, Majestic Coffee, Moose Mountain Coffee, Nobilitea, Onic Brands, Statesman Coffee, The Winery at Willow Creek, Tokyo Asia Fusion, Tropical Smoothie Cafe, and Urban Street Food.


Clothing boutique participants include Abi-Sage, Addie Lore, American Honey, Apricot Lane, Hazel on Pine, Junk Warehouse, K. Ellis, Pink Mesquite, RunItBack, The Wave, and Venture 19.

Other participating businesses include the Abilene Zoo, Eye Spy Escape Room, Play Faire Park, The Grace Museum, Abilene Marine & Powersports, Prep Academy Dance Studio, RE/MAX Big Country, The Patio at Elm Creek, ACU Athletics, Adventure Cove, Chike Nutrition, and more.

Make March 25 a most memorable Monday by landing some discounts at your favorite Abilene shops while supporting local business owners. Click 325 Day to find all the excellent 325 deals.

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