Highland Park Village Brands Give Back

Two brands in the Highland Park Village have come up with ways to give back to local charities and restaurants amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

MARKET is having a shop for a cause campaign on its newly-launched website.

As part of the campaign, the store says 10% of customers’ total purchase will be donated to The Family Place/the North Texas Food Bank.

In addition, the store says customers will receive 10% of their total purchase in the form of a gift card to Fachini, Sprezza, Carbones, Nonna, or XOXO Dining Room by using the following codes at checkout.

  • EAT LOCAL-CARBONE’S DALLAS
  • EAT LOCAL-FACHINI DALLAS
  • EAT LOCAL-SPREZZA DALLAS
  • EAT LOCAL-NONNA DALLAS
  • Eat LOCAL-XOXO DALLAS

The gift card promotion runs from now until April 12. Gift cards will reportedly ship with online purchases.

Boot brand Miron Crosby is hosting a boot design competition to give back to the North Texas Food Bank.

 

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Introducing our Mini Crosby Boot Design Competition! Community means so much to us. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are hosting a boot design competition to give back to the @northtexasfoodbank While so many children are quarantined at home, they have the chance to design the next Mini Crosby children’s boot! Note: restless adults are encouraged to submit designs as well! Head to mironcrosby.com and make a $10.00 entry donation. Each donation entitles you to ONE competition entry. All entry donations will be given to the North Texas Food Bank. Next, print off copies of our blank boot paper dolls, which we will email you following your donation, and get to creating! Submit the finished artwork, and your child’s design will be entered into the competition. The Miron Crosby designers will select a winning design, which will go into production and into the collection. A percentage of sales from the finished product will benefit the NTFB. The winning participant will have the chance to name the boot design and will receive one free pair of his/her design! Be sure to share your creations using the hashtag #MironCrosbyCommunity and see what everyone else has designed! Share your inspiration with us and tag @mironcrosby with updates!

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The brand is asking people to submit designs for the next Mini Crosby children’s boot and is taking entries from March 25 until 11:59 p.m. CST April 15.

To submit designs, people are asked to complete an entry form, make a $10 donation to enter (entry donations are given to the North Texas Food Bank). After those are submitted, contestants will receive a submission form and blank boot design paper dolls via email.

To submit the finished design, email a photo or scan to [email protected], submit to @mironcrosby on Instagram via direct message, or mail a physical submission to Miron Crosby, 25 Highland Park Village, Box 175, Dallas, TX 75205. Note: physical mail must be postmarked by Tuesday, April 14, 2020.

The winner will be announced April 24 on Instagram. The winning design will go into production and into the collection for sale.

The brand says a percentage of sales from the finished product will benefit the North Texas Food Bank. The winning participant will also be able to name the boot design and receive a free pair.

People are asked to share their creations on social media using the hashtag #MironCrosbyCommunity.

Rachel Snyder

Rachel Snyder, deputy editor at People Newspapers, joined the staff in 2019, returning to her native Dallas-Fort Worth after starting her career at community newspapers in Oklahoma. One of her stories won first place in its category in the Oklahoma Press Association’s Better Newspaper Contest in 2018. She’s a fan of puns and community journalism, not necessarily in that order. You can reach her at [email protected]

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