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Small Business Saturday Deals
You’ve eaten enough turkey to hold you until next year. You’ve scouted and shopped some Black Friday deals. You’ve watched at least a couple holiday movies. Now’s the time to shop local, with the return of Small Business Saturday. Here are a few local businesses offering discounts on Saturday:
The Green Door: Super Special Surprise Bag worth 135 for only 35! Supply is limited.
The Greenwich Odeum: A 10 percent discount on tickets purchased at the box office on Nov. 30 between noon and 6 p.m. (*Offer excludes certain shows, gift card and ticketing fees. Limit 4 tickets per event, per patron.)
Raise the Bar Nutrition: Discounted prepaid loyalty cards, and a free turbo tea with $25 or more gift card purchase.
Raw Bobs Juicery: Bring in a donation for the Ronald McDonald House and receive 15 percent off your order.
A Fitting Experience: Spend $75 and get $10 off at this lingerie shop.
CBD Center of RI: 25 percent off any purchase
Properly Worn Fine Men’s Consignment: 10 percent off all inventory plus Main St raffle items.
The Gamm Theatre: $5 off regular priced tickets (excludes child/student) for “It’s a Wonderful Life.” Use code “EGC5” at checkout.
Sweet Twist: Lots of specials at this candy and gift emporium.
The Eye Doctor: The Main Street optometrist is having 20 percent off sunglasses on Saturday only. They also still have a few open appointments if you need an exam.
Midville Golf Club: Gift Card Special – “Double Your Dollar Amount”, receive double the face value of the amount ordered.
WaterSpirits Jewelry: Handmade ocean-inspired jewelry and sea glass angel ornaments. You can email or message through the Facebook page if you see something you like. A free pair of snowman earrings for every $100 spent.
And, FRIDAY (11/29) only:
Bags by Iris: They are offering 25 percent off ALL Vera Bradley products.
If your business is running a SBS special in the area, let us know! Leave a comment here or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Washington Trust Aims to Build on Gas Station Site
The Planning Board on Wednesday will consider a master plan put forward by Washington Trust for 695 Main Street, the site of the former Sunoco station at the corner of First Avenue. The plan for the property, which has sat dormant for several years, includes a drive-thru and would require zoning relief. The carwash on the property would remain. The land is owned by 20 Water Street Realty. The Planning Board meeting starts at 7 p.m. at Town Hall (find agenda here).
ACBeauty Opens on Main Street
Amber Calderone, a certified esthetician and lash artist, recently opened ACBeauty at 58 Main Street. Calderone spent several years honing her craft in Coventry before making the move to East Greenwich to better serve her growing clientele. Business hours are Monday through Thursday, 10 to 7:30, Friday, 10 to 4. You can reach the salon at (401) 533-2970 or email@example.com.