Fenton Hosting 'Be Closer to What a Girl Really Wants' Event
Patrons could win a sweet treat from Sweet Variations or White Ice Silver Pendant with White Diamond from Sawyer Jewelers.
February proves to be the month of love as the fun continues for Fenton’s 3rd Thursdays.
From 4 to 8 p.m. Feb. 16, many Fenton merchants extend their hours and offer great deals on shopping, dining and entertainment.
Patrons can also play along with the “Be Closer to What a Girl Really Wants” promotion. The first 10 customers to spend $10 or more at participating merchants will receive a special gift from Sweet Variations. One lucky winner will win the elegant White Ice Silver Pendant with White Diamond compliments of Sawyer Jewelers.
February participating merchants:
A Joyful Noise Music Studio ~ Stop in this Thursday and ask about our music lesson programs and enter our monthly free lesson drawing
Biggby Coffee ~ Any Grande hot or iced Specialty Beverage for $2.99
Billmeier Camera Shop ~ 15 percent off Tamrac Camera Bags. 15% off Promaster includes: Filter, lighting, flash accessories, backgrounds, etc.
Crust a Baking Company ~ $3 off a whole fruit pie
Fenton's Open Book ~ 10 percent off new titles or 15 percent off with preferred customer card
Fenton Winery & Brewery ~ Limited Vintage Chocolate Wine – Vin d’Cocoa and live acoustic music by Cory Glover!
Jill's General Store ~ All clear glass 10 percent off
Kimberly Kay Furniture ~ 50 percent off on four featured closeout items. First come, first served!
Marjie's Gluten Free Pantry ~ Enjoy samples of Jessica’s Granola (a Michigan company) and Kopali’s chocolate covered mulberries and coffee nips.
Pipsqueak Boutique ~ All winter resale lowest ticket price, 10% off new boutique and spring resale.
Sweet Variations ~ Get a jump start on Mardi Gras. Our special Mardi Gras mix of Jelly Belly $5.99 a pound.
The Edge Gallery ~ 15 percent off framing for February
The French Laundry ~ Third Thursday Drink Special Trifecta
Yesterday's Treasures ~ Stacy will give a talk at 5:00 p.m. on jewelry designers from the 40’s and 50’s.
*Information provided by : FentonBeCloser.com