The Shop Crawl: October 18 - October 25, 2007

Welcome to The Shop Crawl, the weekly post where I provide you with a listing of sales for the week. The crawl covers retail, warehouse and sample sales.

Do you have a sale you would like to see listed? Contact me at anita at blogto dot com.

Reia Sample Sale Fall 2007 - October 17 - 19. 555 Richmond Suite West, Suite 706

Private Moments Inventory sale - October 13 - 20. 259 Lakeshore Rd. E., Mississauga

Greenhawk harness and equestrian supplies Semi Annual Fall Warehouse Sale - October 18 - 20. Greenhawk, 5665 McLaughlin Road, Mississauga

Geox Warehouse Sale - October 25 - November 3. 375 Horner, Etobicoke

UK designer clothing sale - October 22. Royal York Hotel, Territories room, 100 Front St W

Miss Sixty Fall/Winter Sample Sale 2007 - October 25 - 26. 460 Richmond St. West, #600, Toronto

Skate Wear and Snowboard Gear Fall 2007 Sale - October 18 - 21. 639 Queen Street West, Toronto

30% off at StyleExchange - October 23. STYLEXCHANGE, 181 Yonge Street

Lance Lorents Showroom Closing sale - Now till December 15. 500 Glencairn Ave., Unit # 2

Vaughan Eddie Bauer Warehouse Store Fall Clearance Sale - October 19 - 28. 201 Aviva Park Drive, Vaughan

Toni Plus Warehouse Sale - October 17-21. 1140 Sheppard Ave. W., Unit 16

Haggar Womenswear fall sale 2007 - October 17 - 19. 91 Tycos Drive

photo: Balenciaga, Meatpacking District, NYC

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