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'Find Rosie the Rose City Reindeer' Kids Scavenger Hunt in Downtown Madison

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"Find Rosie the Rose City Reindeer," a monthlong children's scavenger hunt hosted by the Madison Area Chamber of Commerce, is happening now in downtown Madison. Credits: Madison Area Chamber of Commerce
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MADISON, NJ – Forget Rudolph. Rosie the Rose City reindeer has arrived in downtown Madison for a monthlong, Christmas-themed kids scavenger hunt sponsored by the Madison Area Chamber of Commerce.

Look for Rosie at any one of 40 participating Madison businesses, pick up a game card and collect store stamps and signatures to win exclusive prizes.

The event is “designed to bring customers, both old and new, to our downtown business district while promoting our ‘Shop Local’ message,” said the Madison Chamber's executive director Karen Giambra. "It reinforces our shared sense of community in Madison, and it's a fun way to bring everyone together."

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If you find Rosie in at least eight stores, turn in your participation card to Tons of Toys at 64 Main St. for a reward. Get at least 15 stamps or signatures and bring your game card to the Madison Pharmacy at 66 Main St. or Tons of Toys to be entered into the grand prize drawing. First place wins a $100 Madison Chamber gift check, and second and third places win $50 checks. 

The Madison Chamber will livestream the grand prize drawing on its I Love Madison Facebook page on Monday, Dec. 18 at 4 p.m.

For a full list of participating businesses, click here.

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