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Fassett Lane announces “Shop Wellsville” contest for 2024

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One winner each month wins $$$ to spend locally

By Andrew Harris, pictured is recent winner Chuck Loucks

Wellsville’s small business community is what makes the community so reslient and unique.  The local economy is full of locally owned small family businesses, much like Fassett Lane Lumber.  After decades of success on Fassett Lane in Wellsville, the team is very happy to start a new way to support the local economy.

In addtion to their monthly $100 Customer Appreciation drawing, Fassett Lane will be giving away a monthly small business spending money!!  Anyone can enter either contest each month in 2024 and no purchase is necessary.

The theory is simple explains co-owner Butch Calcote:

“We have so many amazing small businesses in our town and we really want to give our loyal customers a good reason to support them.  Shopping locally has such a chain reaction and we want to throw some extra support to our fellow small busineses in Wellsville.”

Fassett Lane has selected some popular local businesses to participate in the first few drawings of 2024.  And don’t forget this isn’t the only way to win just by stopping in Fassett Lane! During 2023, the hometown lumber and hardware company gave $100 every month to a lucky customer.  That giveaway was so much fun that Butch and co-owner Dan Peters decided to continue throughout 2024.  

Both of these contests are very simple, just stop in and put your name in the box.  No purchase is required and common sense contest rules apply.  

When you think Fassett Lane think “Shop Local!”  They appreciate the years of support from loyal customers and can’t wait to introduce them to other great locally owned small businesses!

Have you visited the newly revamped FassettLaneLumber.com or connected with Fassett Lane Lumber on Facebook?

Keep up to date with what’s going on at Wellsville only locally owned building supply store!

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