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The Shop Crawl: Feb 23 - March 1, 2007

Welcome to The Shop Crawl, the weekly post where I will be providing you with a listing of sales for the next week. The crawl will cover retail sales, warehouse and sample sales.
Do you have a sale you would like to see listed? Contact me at anita at blogto dot com

Dee.sou clothing gallery Kissing the winter goodbye sale - Feb 17 - 25. 1712 Avenue Rd.

Toni Plus warehouse sale - Feb 28 - March 1. 1140 Sheppard Ave. W., Unit 16

Chain Reaction Bicycles Spring Sale - Feb 24 - 25. 4231 Dundas St. W.

Choice Leather Furniture Sale - On Now. 1177 Caledonia Rd.

Charms Lighting store closing sale - On Now. 2111 Dunwin Dr., Unit 8, Mississauga

Once Upon a Child Winter Blowout Sale - Till Feb 28, 2007. 1881 Steeles Avenue West

Parade Moving sale - Till Feb 29. 315 Queen St. W.

Giant Warehouse Sale - Till Feb 27. 555 Denison Street, Markham

Made in Italy store closing sale - Till March 25. 4646 Dufferin St.

Augustina Boutique Clearance Sale - Feb 22 - 24. 390 Dupont St.

Mooks Clothing Co Sample Sale - Feb 23 - 25. 561 Queen St. W.

F.L.A.G. Accessories Moving Sale - March 1 - 4. 16 Eugene St.

Club Monaco Final Fall Clearance Sale - On Now. Various locations in the GTA

Giant Warehouse Sale. Till Feb 25. 555 Dension St., Markham.

image: (photo: blogTO Flickr pooler hyfen)

UPDATE: I totally forgot to mention that March 1st is the first day of the 4 day sale at The Distill Gallery in the Distillery District.


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