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GAP Shopping Event
The GAP at Casa Paloma is returning as our fashion show clothing sponsor and will host a shopping event on Sunday, September 9th 6-9pm. The Gap shopping event will feature 25% OFF your entire purchase, beverages from Four Peaks Brewery, munchies from Grimaldi's and live entertainment for a $5 donation in advance or $10 at the door.
Save this night for some back to school shopping, enjoy appetizers provided by Fired Up Grill, beer tastings provided by Four Peaks Brewery, and some great music by the local blues band V-Knights. We are also working with local restaurants to have a restaurant night out available with money being donated back to the Kyrene Foundation.
You may purchase your special GAP at Casa Paloma shopping voucher now for only $5 and all money goes directly to the Kyrene Foundation. You may also purchase your voucher at the door for $10, again all money goes directly to the Kyrene Foundation.
Plus, come by that evening with a back to school supply, such as chlorox wipes, a box of tissues, copy paper, pencils, scissors, sharpie markers, and your name will be entered into an opportunity drawing.
Coldstone Creamery at Casa Paloma (2 doors down from the GAP) is showing their support for the Kyrene Foundation by donating back 25% of sales generated by the Kyrene Foundation supporters. Please print off this flyer and bring with you to the GAP event on the 14th.
Jason's Deli at Ray Rd. and 54th Street will donate 15% of pruchases made on August 14th to the Kyrene Foundation. Please print off this flyer and bring with you to Jason's DeliYou must present the flyer at Coldstone Creamery and Jason's Deli for the Foundation to receive money back.
** The opportunity drawing will take place at the Children Helping Children Breakfast and Fashion Show on Sat. September 22, you do not need to be present at the drawing to win. All supplies or money donated will go toward teachers within the district to help offset any out of pocket expenses that many teachers face when setting up their classroom for the next school year.