Come to Second Life Upscale Retail in Avondale Estates on Saturday, Feb. 9 between 11 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. for a Customer Appreciation Event commemorating the store’s second anniversary. This event will be filled with lots of great bargains (save 40% storewide) and fun activities. Second Life is located at 1 North Clarendon Avenue in Avondale Estates.
The Customer Appreciation Event will include raffles for gift certificates and one-of-a-kind items from local merchants including The Beer Growler, City Dog Market, The Junkman’s Daughter and Pine Street Market. Sweet N’ Sinful will provide yummy cookies for humans and Taj MaHound will provide treats for the pups.
Dr. Linda Ellington of Dearborn Animal Hospital in Decatur will be available from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. to answer general questions about your pet's health and care.
There will also be a pet food drive to benefit Pet Buddies Food Pantry. Donate dog food, cat food, kitty litter and other pet care items to help struggling families keep their pets. Pet Buddies is especially in need of dry dog food, dry cat food and kitty litter.
You will also have the opportunity to buy Vintage Valentine's Day cards. The purchase of these unique and vintage cards will benefit Atlanta Underdog Initiative promote responsible dog ownership and bully breed awareness.
There will also be a Pug Meet and Greet from Noon to 4 p.m. featuring pugs and pug mixes Southeast Pug Rescue and Adoption looking for their forever homes. Dearborn Animal Hospital will also have several dogs at the store who are looking for their forever homes.
Second Life is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that was created with the goal of giving homeless pets in the community a second chance at life. The 5,000 square foot store sells gently-used clothing, jewelry, accessories, household items, books, furniture and much more. They support animal rescue organizations with much needed cash donations and provide a venue for groups to hold adoptions in the store. Donations are accepted year-round and are tax-deductible.
Click here to read more about Second Life’s lifesaving work.