Thursday, June 2, 2011

June Event and Surprise! Another Clearance Sale Upstairs!

Yesterday, I showed you some "new" old things. Today I'll show you just a sampling of some other new things.........


I have a weakness for sheep! We used to have some real ones on our small farm. These little ones are much easier to take care of! 


The popularity of saltbox houses just keeps on keeping on. Perfectly country.


I have lots of new signs in stock. I like these ones with the moon and stars.


This is a mix of imported signs, and some I made. If you aren't from WV, you might not know what the barnwood sign that says Montani Semper Liberi means. It's Latin for Mountaineer's Are Always Free, our state motto.


These signs about faith in God are always good sellers. I had sold out, and just got in a new order of them.


Barn stars are re-stocked. Such a great country accent for any room in your house! Or your office!

And remember:
June's First Friday & Saturday Event is this weekend!
20% off all regular priced items!
Earn Event Bucks to use just like cash!
And, register for a door prize!
It's from 9-5 both days.

But wait, there's more!!! (I sound like an infomercial!)

Since the clearance sale went so well last Saturday, we decided to take advantage of the annual car show tomorrow night and do it again!!

In case you don't know, there is a large car show held on Jefferson Avenue every June. It's always a great evening when classic cars take over the Avenue, and lots of people stroll down the street to admire them.

The store will stay open for at least a couple extra hours during the car show. The 20% off regular prices will remain in effect during the show! AND - we will open the UPSTAIRS again for a couple hours. There are still lots of great CLEARANCE buys up there.

Hope to see you this weekend!!!

It's a good idea to follow the blog and/or join us on facebook so you'll be the first to know about last minute decisions like our clearance sale we'll have upstairs during the car show. Hint, hint.

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