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Support Local Spokane Businesses TODAY With Complimentary Drinks, Appetizers, Raffle Tickets And A Chance To Win Gonzaga Basketball Tickets!

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SPOKANE, Wash. - The Delta Gamma Sorority is putting on a philanthropic holiday shopping event on TODAY with over 20 of some of the most popular local businesses in Spokane.

Businesses such as JigSaw, Cues, Anenome, Kizuri, Finders Keepers, Christ Kitchen just to name a few will be at St. Augustine's Parish center today with many great items perfect for holiday gifts.

The shopping event is from 4pm - 8pm and supports a great cause as well!  15% of all proceeds will be donated to Lilac Services For The Blind which provides blind and visually-impaired people with the training and adaptive devices that will allow them to live satisfying lives.

$10 dollars at the door gets you in and also includes raffle tickets, complimentary drinks and appetizers! 

St. Augustine's Parish Center is located at:

428 West 19th Avenue Spokane, WA

For those who typically shop at many local stores in Spokane, this is a great way to buy the same items while also supporting a great cause and filling your bellies with wine, drinks and appetizers!

GO SHOP TODAY FROM 4pm-8pm!!!!

 

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