Attention all Port Washington B.I.D. Members! We are bringing back the Welcome to Port Washington Swag Bags. Starting in January 2023, we will collect printed promotional materials to include in the Welcome to Port Washington reusable tote which will be given to all new home owners. It is a great opportunity to get your brand in front of new residents.
The Port Washington Business Improvement District is pleased to announce as a recipient of a Sign Grant. Beautyfluff owners, Eric and Yennie Chou, opened their Port Washington store, located at 95A Main Street, in 2013. They have since created their own skin care collection and now offer training and certification programs for estheticians and esthetic specialists. In addition to adding
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Port Washington joins downtown promotional program developed during the pandemic geared towards supporting the deeply impacted tourism and hospitality industry LONG ISLAND, NY (June 25, 2021) – Created by Discover Long Island in partnership with Nassau Industrial Development Agency (IDA), Downtown Deals Mobile Travel Pass expands to include Port Washington. This free mobile travel pass offers itinerary suggestions and exclusive
Once again The Greater Port Washington Business Improvement District (BID) teams up with local florist S.F. Falconer Florist (8 South Maryland Avenue) and the TONH Port Washington Parking District to make the area around our train station beautiful. Thank you to S.F. Falconer Florist for donating the design services and planting of the four large tree beds at the LIRR
The Greater Port Washington Business Improvement District (BID) has teamed up with Spectrum Designs Foundation to Keep Port Clean for the third year. Spectrum helps people with Autism lead productive and meaningful lives through the world of work. These two local non-profit organizations will team up from April through October to help battle the litter problem within the BID District.