Harbor is located just across the Chetco River Bridge from Brookings. Located North of Gold Beach, Wedderburn, Ophir and Langlois offer the visitor unique experiences along the rural Oregon Coast. Agness, located 30 miles up the Rogue River lets one enjoy the remote coastal forests and wild Rogue River.
Dine to Stay In Curry is a unique promotional program. Created to generate public awareness regarding the importance of supporting local businesses, the program offers discounted gift cards for both locals and visitors alike.
Phase One launches on July 15th, when gift cards may be purchased with just a few clicks at lovecurrycoast.com. Local restaurants in Brookings, Harbor, and unincorporated Curry County are listed geographically and alphabetically on the site, making one's search for choices easy. The gift cards purchased are accessible on mobile devices or can be downloaded and printed as a hard copy. Details can be found on the website.
But, this is not just another ordinary gift card promotion. There's a bonus to buying gift cards from Dine to Stay in Curry, because for every $20.00 spent, you, the buyer, actually get a card worth $30.00! The additional $10.00 bonus per card is made possible with the support of the City of Brookings, the Economic Development Department at Curry County, and Travel Southern Oregon Coast (TSOC). These three stakeholders understand that our economy, heavily reliant on tourism, has been especially hard hit by the current crisis. By throwing their support behind Dine to Stay in Curry, they are coming together to keep the dollars flowing until the
Dine to Stay in Curry was designed by the new alliance known as “Goal Diggers of Curry”. The promotion is set up in three phases: Phase One starts with gift cards for local restaurants; Phase Two will be rolled out as lodging facilities are added to the mix. Finally, Phase Three adds retail and all other tourism-reliant businesses to the gift card program.
For more information, contact email@example.com, or call City Manager, Janell Howard at 541-469-1102 or Curry County Economic Development Director, Summer Matteson at 541-247-3253.