The inaugural 207 Day Scavenger Hunt was live Saturday, Feb. 5th – Monday, Feb. 7th and is now closed.
We had more than 80 Portland businesses & nearly 430 Greater Portlanders join us on this adventure — WOW! We had a marvelous time exploring our favorite city with you & we can’t wait to do it again next year.
If you were a 2022 participant, keep an eye on your email. We’ll announce raffle winners & send out a survey shortly to hear your thoughts.
We hope you had a blast celebrating what makes Portland, Portland.
Portland Downtown is a 501c4 non profit Downtown Improvement District (DID). Mission: Stimulates a vibrant, thriving, and sustainable downtown community.
Portland Buy Local
The Portland Buy Local campaign was launched in July 2006 by Portland business owners and citizens working to counteract the rising influence of national chains through collective marketing, education, and advocacy. After receiving an enthusiastic response from both businesses and residents, the initial working group incorporated the Portland Independent Business and Community Alliance (PIBCA) as a 501c(6) in September 2006 and formed the organization’s first Board of Directors and Advisory Board., independent businesses are the foundation of a resilient, engaged community. We shape Portland’s business climate to support the needs of local businesses through education, marketing, connection, and advocacy. Mission: Local, independent businesses are the foundation of a resilient, engaged community. We shape Portland’s business climate to support the needs of local businesses through education, marketing, connection, and advocacy.
Small, independent businesses need us now more than ever. The pandemic has bruised our local economy and, every day, more and more business owners face impossible decisions. In 2020 and beyond, Portland Downtown and Portland Buy Local are joining forces for a critical initiative we call Mission 3/65. The concept is simple: Pick 3. Spend $65. Support the businesses you love. Please join us as we thank, celebrate, and uplift the locally owned businesses that are the heart and soul of Portland.