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Valor Hosting Pre-Valentine's Day Party

Valor Men's Grooming Lounge is hosting a Pre-Valentine's Day Party where guys (and gals) can come out and do some shopping for their loved ones.
Come out to relax, have a beer, smoke a cigar, and get something nice for your Valentine!

Valor is having a party before Valentine's Day with different local vendors selling fabulous gift ideas for your sweetie. One stop shopping plus beer, cigars, and sports on TV!

Does your girl like bling?
Stella & Dot Jewelry will be there offering the New Spring Collection! Stella & Dot is beautiful, trendy, and high-end costume jewelry spotted on celebrities everywhere! To browse before the event or have your Valentine make a "wish-list" visit: www.stelladot.com/kristacowan

Does your sweetie have a sweet tooth?
Sweet Talk Cakes will be there with their gorgeous baked goods and treats. You can purchase something that day or place orders that night for some of their amazing cupcakes or other products that are both pleasing to the eyes AND taste fabulous. Check them out beforehand at: www.sweettalkcakes.com

Is your Valentine a beauty queen?
Salon fiber will be there selling gift certificates for all of our beauty services! Pick up one for your Valentine so she can treat herself to some highlights just in time for spring or a fresh new haircut! Or maybe a conditioning treatment to battle some of that winter dryness. For a list of services visit: www.salon-fiber.com

WOMEN WELCOME TOO!
Come hang out and shop for yourself or pick up a gift certificate for the man in your life to Valor Men's Grooming Lounge!

For more information call 610-933-1511.

Look forward to seeing you there! Valor is located on Main St. in downtown Phoenixville across from Salon fiber and half a block North of Wells Fargo Bank.

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