Sunday, June 3, 2018

HAPPENINGS - June 4-17

"A UNIQUE QUALITY RESALE EXPERIENCE"

 DID YOU KNOW:     The American Cancer Society has support programs and services available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The National Cancer Information Center has information and support at 1-800-227-2345 and cancer information specialists can connect you with programs, or provide information on treatment and support topics. Pamphlets are also available at your Discovery Shops giving you information on many programs.

Happenings through June 17 at the West Seattle Discovery Shop.

ü  Pink tags are currently 50% off.
 
ü  Men's clothing will be discounted 50% from Monday June 11 through Saturday June 16. Just in time for Father's Day Sunday June 17! 
 
ü  Flag Day is Thursday June 14. You get to choose a flag showing a special discount from 10% to 50% on one item of your choice. This could be your lucky day!
 
ü  Check for a Manager's Special on the white board behind the counter. You never know what or when something will show up. Right now the Manager's Special is 50% off all shoes. This will continue through Saturday June 16. Lots of sizes, styles and colors to choose from. Need sandals?  Need heels? Need flats? Shoes for men? We've got them!
 
Weekly Specials  - Save on regular priced items when you fit one of the categories below:

 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.


 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."
June is National Cancer Awareness Month (ribbon color lavender).
 
"A World With Less Cancer is a World With More Birthdays"


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