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Downtown Davis Sidewalk Sale this weekend

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From page A6 | July 12, 2013 |

The Downtown Davis July Summer Sidewalk Sale will be held Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 12-14. Well into its third decade of providing sizzling deals on fabulous merchandise, the Sidewalk Sale brings folks from near and far to find their favorite treasures in Downtown Davis. The shopper prize program will return again this year, and the TOP Downtown RETAIL spender (restaurants & service businesses excluded) with receipts dated July 12, 13 or 14, wins a $50 Downtown Davis Gift Card. Stop by the sidewalk sale and stay for ArtAbout.

Participating Downtown Stores:

Second Street

Avid Reader 605 2nd Street

Fleet Feet 615 2nd Street

Avid Reader Active 617 2nd Street

Outdoor Davis 623 2nd Street

UC Davis Bookstore Downtown 630 2nd Street

Generations Family Footwear 710 2nd Street

Mother & Baby Source 714 2nd Street

Sole Desire Shoes 801 2nd Street

Third Street

Boheme 409 3rd Street

B&L Too 603 3rd Street

B&L Bike Shop 610 3rd Street

Yolo County SPCA Thrift Store 920 3rd Street

Fifth Street

Casa Verde Designs 912 Fifth Street

D Street

Pence Gallery 212 D Street

E Street

Haute Again 129 E Street

Riki 202 E Street

Davis Sport Shop 204 E Street

The Wardrobe 206 E Street

Watermelon Music 207 E Street

Pinkadot 238 E Street

F Street

Armadillo Music 205 F Street

nestware 307 F Street

G Street

French Cuff Consignment 130 G Street

Volleys 130 G Street

Ground Zero Board Shop 225 G Street

Davis Ace Hardware 240 G Street

Bubble Belly 340 G Street

The top Davis Downtown Sidewalk Sale retail spender
with will a $50 Davis Downtown Gift Card. Just save your receipts and send them to one of these contacts:
DAVIS DOWNTOWN
Mail: P.O. Box 72497, Davis, CA 95617
Fax: 530.756.6504
E-mail: [email protected]
Please give us your name, phone and e-mail address so Davis Downtown can contact you.
Deadline is July 31, 2013 and the winner will be selected on August 1, 2013. Receipts must be dated either July 12, 13 or 14, 2013.

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