Celebrate Orlando and support your favorite local businesses for the chance to win prizes on #407Day 2022 (Lake Eola Park pictured).


Updated April 11, 2022

Huge thanks to everyone who made #407Day 2022 a rousing success! See how we celebrated and get ready to do it all again when #407Day returns in 2023.

 


Hey locals! Inspired by Orlando’s longtime area code, #407Day returns on Thursday, April 7, 2022 — and you are invited to join the celebration by showing hometown pride and supporting our businesses.

Oh, and did we mention that you’ll have the chance to win prizes? Because you totally will! Read on for all the #407Day details, and let’s show them how we do it in Orlando!

Please note: Depending on the timing of your visit, some experiences may be temporarily modified. Learn more about healthy travel in Orlando, and check with your favorite venues for their current status.

Celebrate Orlando on #407Day

Orlando Looks - Experience. Influencer Katrina Dandridge in front of DTO sign
DTO Sign in Downtown Orlando

Organized by Orange County Government, The City of Orlando and Visit Orlando, #407Day encourages Orlandoans to support their favorite restaurants, bars, shops, boutiques, services and other locally owned businesses by sharing posts and photos on their social media channels using the hashtag #407Day.

All three entities have partnered with leading local food blog Tasty Chomps for a #407Day social media giveaway. You will have the chance to win prizes from local businesses and organizations by sharing your posts and photos on April 7, marked with the #407Day hashtag, via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

A gay couple kayaking through King's Landing at Wekiva River
Kayaking on the Wekiva River Near Orlando

Lucky winners will be awarded giveaways from attractions, local nonprofit organizations, and restaurants. See the full list below, and get complete details from the Tasty Chomps website.

A girl tries on an astronaut suit at WonderWorks in Orlando.
WonderWorks at Pointe Orlando in the International Drive Entertainment District

“Small businesses are the backbone of our community, and when we come together to support each other, we all thrive,” said Orange County Mayor Jerry L. Demings. “We must continue to celebrate the local businesses that make our region a special place to live. I encourage all residents to join me on April 7 and visit your favorite local business or restaurant. Together, we can make a difference by supporting our neighbors.”

“I am proud to be a resident of our vibrant, inclusive community and always enjoy sharing what I love about Orlando. #407Day gives us all the opportunity to showcase our hometown pride and the small businesses that make our community such a special place,” said Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer.

Orlando Ballet performers
Orlando Ballet

“As Orlando residents we are lucky to live in a destination that tops the vacation bucket list for millions of visitors from around the world,” said Visit Orlando President & CEO Casandra Matej. “Part of what makes our destination so special is the range of local businesses, and we encourage everyone to go out on #407Day to share recommendations and show support for their favorites.”

April 7 will be here before you know it, so make plans now to earn your chance to win prizes while supporting all your favorite Orlando businesses on #407Day!