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Grand Opening celebration

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Published:2019-09-05 Local
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Grand Opening celebration

Our Grand Opening celebration is this Saturday! We’re so grateful for people like you who support our organization – other ways to continue your support are by shopping, donating or volunteering at our three Snohomish County Habitat Stores.

 

We’re thrilled to be joining the Smokey Point community by providing affordable home improvement items for sale while keeping usable materials out of landfills.

 

In addition to the kids’ tile decorating contest, complimentary food and free swag bags for the first 50 customers, we’ll have lots of exciting door prizes to give away!

 

Here’s a preview of door prizes you could win when stopping by the Smokey Point Habitat Store between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. September 7th!




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