Downtown Mission

Downtown hosts customer appreciation night

Discounts and treats for shoppers in Mission's downtown on Thursday night.

Mission’s downtown merchants are hosting a customer appreciation sale Thursday night, and are inviting residents to come down to First Avenue.

According to Mission Downtown Business Association president Carlo Billinger, with the influx of new people to the community over the past number of years, many Missionites don’t realize the scope and breadth of what local merchants carry.

“Everyone will have treats in their stores,” and some of the restaurants and retailers will be offering specials, said Billinger, who co-owns Rex Cox Men’s Wear.

The annual event runs from 5 to 8 p.m. on Nov. 21.

The 27 participating businesses are:

Adept Computers

Akaska Sushi

Arreter Health & Wellness

Athena’s

CIBC

CPO

Earthtagular

English Tarts

Fields

Fronya’s

Fuel Supplements & Vitamins

Goody Too Shoes

La Vita Bella Boutique

Magnolia’s on Main

Mid Valley Vacuum

Mission Friendship Centre

MTF

Rex Cox Men’s Wear

Stan the Leatherman

Star Cuts Hair Salon

Steel Horse Cycle Gear

Sweet Spot

Swing Optical

Vesper Board Shop

Vitamin Discount

Wentings Cycle

Yummy House

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