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Shop Local Holiday Guide: Hills Market

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Only two days left to finish your holiday shopping! That means that if you still have gifts to buy for friends and loved ones, your time is almost up! In order to assist, we’ve reached out to a wide variety of local shops, stores, and boutiques to find out which of their three most popular “must have” items can still be found on their shelves.

Lastly, we have 3 suggestions from Jill Moorhead, Marketing Director at The Hills Market.

“Wine Bottle Sweaters & Santa Pants – Bring a bottle of wine in style. From ugly Christmas Sweaters to a pair of Santa pants (a bottle in each leg), we’ve got quite a selection to dress up your favorite bottle of wine. The sweaters and santa pants are $7.99 each.”

“Ohio Gift Basket – We make custom gift baskets in all sizes and themes at any price point. The most popular theme this year is Ohio. Baskets featuring Columbus’ gems: Luna Burgers, CrimsonCup Coffee, Little Rosie’s Salad Dressings, Oakvale Farms Gouda, have been filling our books.”

“Gift Cards – From Liquor to Cooking Classes, this gift is perfect for anyone who loves food and drink. (Our first class, with Anthony Shulz from the Inn at Cedar Falls, is scheduled for January 19, and is $35 per person.) We currently have a promotion that any time you buy a gift card (for any amount) you will get a free reusable bag.”

“Additionally, this holiday season, The Hills Market is giving consumers yet another reason to purchase some of the best Ohio products on our shelves. Through December 24th, we’re giving 10% of the sale of 55 Ohio products to the Mid-Ohio Foodbank. Whether you create an Ohio Themed Gift Basket, use these items as hostess gifts or enjoy them for yourself, you’ll be helping to feed the hungry of Central Ohio while supporting small Ohio food innovators as well Columbus’ premiere locally owned market.”

More information can be found online at TheHillsMarket.com.

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