Thrifting for a cause and a big prize

. November 4, 2016.
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If you’ve been meaning to hit a thrift shop, now is the time. The Ann Arbor PTO Thrift Shop is having a 2016 Veteran’s Day Cash Raffle and store-wide sale of 25% off everything. To participate, tickets are $5 and all proceeds support the Ann Arbor Public Schools (AAPS), its PTOs and students. The tickets are sold through Nov 8 in store or from AAPS PTOs, teams, clubs and groups. There is over $4000 in cash prizes with the 1st prize of $1000. Also on Nov 1 the Shop is beginning a new military discount program and make sure to check out the brand new SHOWCASE space for the most unique finds.

The drawing is November 11th at 6pm. You do not have to be present to win.

Purchase tickets by Tuesday, November 8th. $5. Ann Arbor PTO Thrift Shop, 2280 S Industrial Hwy. 734-996-9155. a2ptothriftshop.org.

 

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