As many businesses will be closing due to the COVID-19 situation, we are advising social distancing by shopping online and buying gift certificates from participating establishments. Save your receipts, and email us at email@example.com with a photo or screenshots of your purchases for participating businesses. At this time, we cannot distribute any more physical stamp cards. The raffle date is extended indefinitely as the situation evolves. Thank you for your support!
Let’s celebrate and support some of the incredible women owned establishments in Tucson this month! ♀️ For this year’s Shop Women Owned Tucson, we have gathered some local, women-owned businesses that we see embodying some practices we really dig, like sustainability, connecting to our bodies, generosity, collaboration, and fun. 🌺 These locals have agreed to participate in our offerings of special prizes for shopping local and women owned this March, the month of International Women's Day (03/08/2020). Shout out to Sophie McTear Design for yet another awesome stamp card design!
🌿 Starting March 1 and throughout the month, pick up your stamp card at Pop Cycle
🌞Get a stamp for every $10 spent at participating establishments listed on the card
🧡 When your card is full, stop by Pop Cycle to claim your free Pop Cycle sticker, and be entered in a raffle to win one of four rad prize packages filled with local goodies - Last day to drop off is March 31!
✨ Raffle prizes include over $700 in gift cards, swag, and merchandise from our fab participating establishments! ✨
Participating Businesses 2020
4th Avenue Deli
Artemesia • Soaps Salts & Scrubs
Belle Starr Salon
Crooked Tooth Brewing Co.
Eastland Alley Design Co.
El Be Goods
Exo Roast Co.
Floor Polish Dance + Fitness
How Sweet It Was
Old Paint Records
Rustic Candle Company
Silver Sea Jewelry
Surly Wench Pub
Tap & Bottle
The Ninth House
Tucson Thrift Shop
Tucson is fortunate to have an abundance of wonderful women owned businesses; this list is not exhaustive. We encourage you to seek out other women owned businesses in town - This Is Tucson is a fun place to start by looking at their lists. If you are the owner of a brick and mortar shop that is at least 50 percent women-owned and you’re interested in participating next year, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration.