Program offers free $10 vouchers for downtown Tampa restaurants and businesses

The program will be held the first Wednesday of every month moving forward.

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Tampa Downtown Partnership’s new program is hoping to create an economic boost for small businesses.

The program, which was announced Wednesday, provides 200 free vouchers worth $10 to use at any of the 31 participating Tampa eateries and businesses. Vouchers can be picked up at Lykes Gaslight Square Park until 1:30 p.m. today.

“This has been a challenging year for small, local businesses, and this is one small way the Tampa Downtown Partnership can help," said Tampa Downtown Partnership President and CEO Lynda Remund to WFTS

The program will be held the first Wednesday of every month moving forward. The vouchers expire after Dec. 3rd.

Restaurants and businesses that are a part of the program include Fusion Bowl, City Bike Tampa, and Farmacy Vegan Kitchen & Bakery. A full list can be found here.

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