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"Paint the Town Purple Day" to Support Relay For Life This Saturday

On Saturday, March 27th, local restaurants and businesses will be helping to raise money for this year's Relay for Life:
Help fight cancer while enjoying a day/night out in Phoneixville! Purchase a purple wristband for $10 with all money going to the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life of Phoenixville. Show this wristband at participating restaurants/businesses on Bridge St. Saturday, March 27th (look for the purple balloons outside participating businesses). Some of the discounts include:

10% off food and $2 domestic drafts at PJ Ryan's
15% off food, $2 domestic drafts and $3 select imports at Bistro on Bridge
A coupon to use for a future visit to Molly McGuire's and Fenix
20% off your entire purchase at Potomac Bead Company (excludes gift card purchases, consignment items, class sign ups and party deposits)

Plus more discounts to be announced!!

To purchase a wristband, please contact Tracee traceemyers@yahoo.com.

We hope to see you out in Phoenixville on March 27th to support these businesses and help raise cancer awareness in Phoenixville!

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