Shop at M. Dumas, Croghan’s, and more at next Thursday’s Buy Local Holiday Crawl

Buy local — before it's too late!



As we move deeper into the month of December, procrastinators and terrible gift-givers alike start spiraling into festive panic as their holiday shopping lists remain alarmingly incomplete. But not to fear — King Street’s Buy Local Holiday Crawl on Thurs. Dec. 14 from 2-6 p.m. is here to make holiday shopping convenient, fun, and beneficial for everyone.

M. Dumas & Sons hosts the crawl, with additional participating vendors that include Croghan’s Jewel Box, Half-Moon Outfitters, Caviar & Bananas, Hampden Clothing, and Shoes on King participate in this crawl, and each store will be offering everything from free wine and snacks to gift card raffles to sizeable discounts for event attendees. Check out full deets below:

Hampden Clothing: Enter a raffle for a $300 gift card, get 20 percent off one item, and sip on wine and champagne.

Croghan’s Jewel Box: Snag 10 percent off any item in the Goldbug Collection.

Shoes on King: Sip on champagne and enter a raffle for $100 gift certificate.

C&B: Get 10 percent off of retail items and holiday catering orders.

Half-Moon: Enjoy cider from Ship’s Wheel Hard cider and get 20 percent off one full-priced item and 25 percent off of outlet sale items.

M. Dumas:
Enjoy treats, music, and in-store promotions. The store will be raffling a $200 shopping spree during the crawl, too.

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