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Savor Springfield Goes Citywide

Published: August 22, 2019

Earn Prizes | Win Prizes | Enjoy Good Food and Drinks

Springfield, OR - Come celebrate good food and drink in Springfield by using the Savor Springfield passport. Springfield restaurants, coffee shops, breweries, taphouses and a distillery are participating this year. 

Plan to attend the kick-off party at Dark & Stormy (420 Main Street) on August 29 from 5:30 - 9 p.m. Pick up a Savor Springfield passport, enjoy good food and drinks and then start collecting stamps for your passport.

Free to participants, the Savor Springfield passport will only be valid from August 29 through September 27. Participating businesses will stamp their location on the passport and, once 8 stamps are collected (no purchase necessary), participants may redeem their passport for a commemorative Savor Springfield glass at the PublicHouse.

Collect 15 or more stamps and bring your completed passport to the PublicHouse celebration on Friday, September 27 from 4 - 10 p.m. Live music, great food and drinks, and prizes will be given away to lucky people who turn in a completed Savor Springfield passport. Prize drawings will be held at 6:30 p.m. and you must be present to win.

Get out and start collecting stamps and learn more at our Savor Springfield webpage

Brought to you by Travel Lane County, the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce and the City of Springfield. Presenting sponsors are PublicHouse & Dark & Stormy, our print sponsor is Bourland Printing and a big thanks to our 21 participating businesses.

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Andy Vobora, Travel Lane County,, 541.743.8770
Paige Sharpe, Springfield Chamber of Commerce,, 541.746.1651
Vahana Keene, City of Springfield,, 541.726.3671
Colby Phillips, PublicHouse,


Author: Andy Vobora

Vice-President of Stakeholder Relations, Travel Lane County
541.501.9398 | 541.743.8770

Travel Lane County markets and promotes the Eugene, Cascades and Coast region as a destination for travel, conventions, sports, meetings and events. It serves as a private, nonprofit association dedicated to economic development through visitor spending, which pumped more than $783 million into Lane County, Oregon's economy in 2019.