The Noblesville Chamber of Commerce will host another opportunity for residents to join its cash mob trend from noon to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 9.
“We’re hoping for a nice crowd. Everyone gets to take a lunch break,” said Mary Noble. “There will be a special offer for people coming through.”
The exact location of the next cash mob will not be announced online at the chamber’s facebook page until Monday, but Noble said the hint is “fasten your seatbelt, details are rolling your way.”
A cash mob is a spin-off of the “flash mob” where a group of people converge on a location and do something in unison. The cash mob is a large crowd of consumers that show up at a local business and spend a little money, usually $10 to $20 each, to help a local business. The Noblesville Cash Mob was organized by the Noblesville Chamber of Commerce as a new avenue for the Chamber and the community to continue supporting local businesses that choose to invest in Noblesville.
“Events are all promoting buying local,” said Noble. “
Cash mobs in Noblesville began on March 27 at Linden Tree. Since then, two additional ones have been held at Heavenly Sweets in April and Mr. G’s Liquor in May. The Noblesville Chamber has planned a fifth cash mob event in November. For more information, visit www.noblesvillechamber.com or call 773-0086.