Flushing BID offers exclusive discounts at local businesses with 2019 Coupon Book

City Councilman Peter Koo (c.) helps distribute coupon books at the Flushing BID Kiosk located at 41-17 Main St.
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The Flushing Transit Hub Business Improvement District (Flushing BID) and City Councilman Peter Koo launched the 2019 Coupon Book on Monday, encouraging consumers to come, shop and dine in downtown Flushing.

The 2019 Coupon Book Program is funded by SBS’ Neighborhood 360° Grant program. A total of 10,000 coupon books will be distributed to entice consumers across the Metropolitan area to experience the convenience of Flushing as a one-stop service center.

The Flushing BID has enrolled more than 60 businesses — including restaurants, beauty services, retails, professional services and etc. — offering exclusive discounts through this year’s coupon book. The promotion period will run from Jan. 7 to June 30.

The Flushing BID believes the program will generate a positive impact on businesses throughout the shopping season, and also benefit consumers with great shopping deals and experience.

Throughout the past two years, over 100 businesses participated and around 20,000 coupon books were distributed. Every year, consumers have shown strong interest in the coupon book program and values offered by the businesses, according to the Flushing BID.

The 2019 Coupon Book will be distributed locally and to nearby districts through partnerships with local businesses, civic organizations and community partners, such as Queens Botanical Garden, Flushing Town Hall, hotels, travel agencies and so on.

For consumers’ convenience, the coupon book will also be available for pick up at the

Flushing BID information kiosk in front of the Flushing Library located at 41-17 Main St. and may be requested by submitting the coupon book mailing request on Flushing BID’s website at

The Coupon Book program was spearheaded by the Flushing BID aiming to promote the diverse businesses in Downtown Flushing.

Reach reporter Carlotta Mohamed by e-mail at or by phone at (718) 260–4526.

Posted 12:00 am, January 12, 2019
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John from Bayside says:
How. About Two. For one hand jobs. Or free fukiii. Fukiii. Look like there feeling the trump trade war. Lol. Freeloaders. Once he gets his wall hes going after the one who over stay there visa
Jan. 12, 7:35 am
Joe from Bayside says:
Stay in school John.
Jan. 12, 11:23 am
Frank from Bayside says:
Two. For one. Can’t get better than that I’m going to the one right across the street from the 111 pct. it’s been there for years. Cops going to be happy. They will get a 4 for one.
Jan. 13, 4:45 pm
Frank from Great Neck says:
I know people like John and Celtic from Bayside. They dislike Asians but you will find them in places like Bangkok and Pattaya paying for cheap whores while having drinks with the locals. Hypocrites!!!
Jan. 19, 10:44 pm

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