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Greater Lambertville Chamber of Commerce hosts Lambertville Bingo


Lambertville visitors and locals are encouraged to grab a bingo board and rediscover the thriving small business community through Lambertville Bingo.

Hosted by the Greater Lambertville Chamber of Commerce, the event invites Lambertville shoppers, visitors and residents to browse their way through the town’s unique local businesses, collecting bingo stamps with every visit to compete for prizes.

Those interested in participating can visit any of the 48 participating businesses to pick up a board and receive a stamp. To get “bingo,” players must receive enough stamps to form a single line, an “X” a frame or a full card. Once complete, players can email a photo of their bingo boards, including the player information box, to for a chance to win gift cards to local businesses.

Players who complete the full board will have the chance to win the Grand Prize – a two-night stay, including breakfast, at the Woolverton Inn!

“Lambertville has such a rich, dynamic business community,” said Carolyn Gadbois, owner of Union Coffee and board member of the Greater Lambertville Chamber of Commerce. “We wanted to find a fun way for people to discover all that Lambertville has to offer, and Bingo felt like a great way to accomplish that. With 48 businesses on the board, we are thrilled to highlight the collaborative spirit of our business community.”

Bingo runs through April 30. Completed boards must be received by May 15 but can be submitted at any time. No purchase is necessary. Participants must be 21+ to play. Prize winners are chosen at random with a limited number of prizes available in each category. Winning is not guaranteed for all participants.

Players must complete one entire board to be eligible for the Grand Prize. Players may submit more than once but winning is limited to one prize per person. Winners will be notified by email. Emails will be collected for Greater Lambertville Chamber of Commerce communications.

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