Orange Avenue stores are open and excited to share their latest wares with you! In celebration, the Coronado Chamber of Commerce invited local retailers to submit their favorite orange-themed items and what a sunny array of offerings they are: everything from hand-painted Mexican folk art to swimwear, stationery and the iconic Scottish soda “Irn Bru”. Geppetto’s Toys outdid themselves with 16 recommendations, including a very realistic orange tabby cat toy and a baby teether designed to look like a slice of orange!

You can see these and many more orange offerings by visiting the @CoronadoChamber page on Instagram and Facebook, and then opt to shop online or in store.

But it keeps getting better – our beloved Coronado Beach is also open again for relaxing and with the hours extended to 7pm, there’s even more opportunity to lay out on your Orange Ave beach towel. The towel was designed by Urt Clothing in a collaboration with Raindrop Marketing and sales go to supporting local businesses through the work of the Coronado Chamber of Commerce, a non-profit cheering on our community during this trying time. Towels are $30 for one or $60 for two with a free Coronado Dad license plate frame thrown in – a great gift with Father’s Day coming up on June 21st. Call (619) 435 9260 to place your order.

To make your shopping experience even more fun, we have created a Word Search puzzle featuring the names of 20 Orange Avenue stores. To be entered for a prize drawing to win a free ORANGE AVE beach towel simply send your completed Word Search with a receipt from one of the stores listed to the Coronado Chamber at 1125 Tenth Street or email your entry to Closing date June 22nd 2020.

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