SHOP WITH A CAUSE AT SUMMIT FAIR AND SUMMIT WOODS SATURDAY, MAY 4TH FOR HOPE HOUSE

$250 shopping spree to be awarded to one lucky shopper

LEE’S SUMMIT, MO (May 1, 2013) - Explore the shopping destinations at Summit Fair and Summit Woods Crossing this weekend during Passport Shopping with Hope House.

Stop by the Macy’s Courtyard at Summit Fair and donate $5 to Hope House, a local domestic violence shelter, and receive a personal passport packed with discounts, personal shopping opportunities and much more. In case of inclement weather, Passport headquarters will be located just inside the east entrance to Macy’s.

Explore the stores at both centers from 2-4 pm and have your passport stamped at each stop. Then return by 5 pm and you will be eligible to win a $250 shopping spree to the Summit Fair or Summit Wood store of your choice.

Hope House provides shelter and comprehensive services to survivors of domestic violence in the Kansas City metro area. Weaving together safety, support and hope helps give survivors the ability to start a new life, free from abuse. To find out more, visit www.HopeHouse.net

Summit Fair is a 500,000 square-foot development at I-470 and U.S. 50 Highway in Lee’s Summit, Missouri. The center, anchored by Macy's and JCPenney, also includes home furnishings, men’s and women’s fashion, fast-casual eateries, sit-down restaurants and specialty retailers. To learn more about Summit Fair, visit www.summitfairshopping.com, or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/summitfair and Twitter at www.twitter.com/summitfair.

SummitWoods Crossing, located at the intersection of Interstate 470 and US Highway 50 in Lee's Summit, Missouri, mixes traditional "big box" tenants with unique retail, entertainment and dining venues all in a spacious, pedestrian-friendly, village-like atmosphere. To learn more, visit www.summitwoodsshopping.com on Facebook at www.facebook.com/SummitWoodsShopping or Twitter at twitter.com/SummitWoods

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