Breakfast at the Boom Supports Claremore Restaurant, Downtown Stores

With the popularity of Cash Mob’s en masse shopping concept, Claremore Main Street introduces a new event featuring en masse dining – Breakfast at the Boom.

Breakfast at the Boom is exactly what it sounds like – a big group getting together and eating breakfast at the Boomarang Diner, 302 W. Will Rogers Blvd. But there’s more to it.

“Breakfast at the Boom is a fun opportunity to get together as a group and enjoy a meal, plus we’ll have added benefits of giveaways and free shopping dollars,” said Jessica Jackson, Claremore Main Street Director.

The event is from 8:30-10 a.m. Saturday, August 18. Registration is required and space is limited. To register, call or text Main Street at 918-341-5881 or email mainstreet@claremore.org.

Just like in Cash Mob, attendees are expected to spend $20. The cost covers the free meal, prizes and giveaways and shopping dollars to spend at select stores downtown.

“Main Street isn’t making any money off of this,” the nonprofit director said. “One-hundred percent of the registration fee will go to the downtown businesses, either in the cost of the food, the shopping dollars or purchasing the door prizes.”

Main Street encourages shopping right after breakfast, which conveniently ends at the same time most stores are opening.

“Enjoy your delicious breakfast and then shop! Take in the downtown and visit the variety of stores offered downtown to find a perfect gift to take home,” Jackson said. “The best part is that we’re all doing it together!”

Breakfast at the Boom is sponsored by RCB Bank.

Claremore Main Street is dedicated to the ongoing revitalization of historic downtown Claremore. With a focus on economic vitality, historic preservation and placemaking, the organization strives to secure downtown as the social and economic core of the community.

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