The holidays have finally arrived! Find everything on your list this year without checking it twice, in the Annual Downtown Highland Park Alliance Holiday Gift Guide. Featuring a wide variety of gifts from our unique retailers, you'll find everything you need to make Downtown Highland Park your one-stop shopping destination this holiday season. From adorable toys and clothing for the kids to unique gear and collectibles for the sports enthusiasts on your list and one-of-a-kind home décor, there's a distinctive holiday gift for everyone in Downtown Highland Park.
Look for the annual Holiday Gift Guide in your mailbox and Make it Better's December issue. Copies will also be available at participating retailers and local businesses throughout Downtown Highland Park. If the weather outside is frightful, a digital version will also be available for your online viewing pleasure on the Downtown Highland Park Alliance website. While visiting the website do not miss out on your chance to win a $100 Visa Gift Card for your holiday shopping!
"Our annual Holiday Gift Guide offers shoppers a simple way to see what all of our retailers are offering this season," said Wendy Gimbel, Events Manager for the Downtown Highland Park Alliance. "Downtown Highland Park is truly a one stop shopping destination for everyone's holiday needs this season!"
This holiday season spend more time celebrating with your family and less time searching for the perfect gift. Home to 100+ retailers, 25+ salons and spas and 40+ restaurants, Downtown Highland Park offers visitors an unparalleled shopping experience. For your holiday shopping convenience, Downtown Highland Park will offer free parking all day on November 23, 29 and 30. Enjoy your holiday season with a visit to Downtown Highland Park!
The Downtown Highland Park Alliance is a public-private partnership of the Highland Park CBD Property Owners Association, the City of Highland Park and the Highland Park Chamber of Commerce. The Alliance was founded in 2008 to enhance the economic vitality of Downtown Highland Park. The operations and promotions of the Alliance are funded by a Special Service Area commercial property tax currently authorized through 2013.