"A Unique Quality Resale Experience"
DID YOU KNOW: The American Cancer Society (ACS) is a nationwide voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer. Established in 1913, the society is organized into eleven geographical divisions of both medical and lay volunteers operating in more than 900 offices throughout the United States. Its home office is located in the American Cancer Society Center in Atlanta, Georgia.
Happenings through April 16 at the West Seattle Discovery Shop:
§ Blue tags are currently 50% off.
§ "Accent with Accessories" from Wednesday April 5 - Friday April 7. What does this mean? You receive 50% off regular prices on purses, shoes, scarves, etc., both men and women. Sorry, jewelry is not discounted.
in Monday April 10 - Wednesday April 12 and get 50% off
regular prices on "Clothing Worn Above the Waist." This also includes men and women both.
§ Don't miss our Craft Corner if you're looking for something to complete a project, or even if you're looking for a project.
§ Watch the board behind the counter for "Manager's Specials" that may show up at any time.
Weekly Specials - Save on regular priced items when you fit the category shown:
ü Monday - Active Military and Veterans receive 20% off. ID required.
ü Tuesday - Seniors age 55+ receive 20% off.
ü Saturday - 20% off for HS students with school ID.
ü Sunday - 40% off all men's wear.
ü On your actual birthday receive 20% off.
WE WILL BE CLOSED EASTER SUNDAY, APRIL 16
Follow us to Facebook by using the link on the right side of this page, or go to www.AmericanCancerSociety/West Seattle.org. We'd love to have you share an experience you've had in our "unique quality resale shop."
April is Testicular Cancer (ribbon color orchid), Esophageal Cancer (ribbon color periwinkle) and Head and Neck Cancer (ribbon color burgundy/ivory) Awareness month.
"The Discovery Shop is the official resale shop of the American Cancer Society. We accept donations which are resold for the fight against cancer. Come join the fight as a donor, shopper or volunteer."
"A World With Less Cancer is a World With More Birthdays"