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Come see the new look for Graceful Boys!
Graceful Boys

April, 2010

GRACEful Buys  upscale resale
               WE'RE MOVING!
 
FINAL WEEK at the GRACEful Buys 
location on
201 N. Barton St. (by 7-11)!
 
 EARLY BIRD SPECIALS
 Saturday 4/17 9-10am
 
ALL DAY Saturday 4/17
25% OFF STOREWIDE!
Special Sales every day  at this location!
                This location closes Friday 4/23.
                
(sale prices cannot be combined with any other offer or discount )
 
Come see out new look!
GRACEful Buys
upscale resale
at 418 E. Northwest Hwy.
(formerly A Touch of GRACE
 just down the street)
 
More of what you shop for most!
New Merchandise daily!
 
 
 
The New Look of GRACEful Buys
 New Look!
 
Higher Quality!
 
 Same Great Prices!
 

 

 
 
 
Help Us  Help Others   
  WE NEED YOUR GENTLY USED Household goods and Furniture.   
  Household goods may be dropped off at:   
 Donation Station  112 N. Scribner in Grapevine   Mon - Sat 9am-4:30pm. 
To schedule a furniture pick up   please call
817-305-4673!  
  Your purchases benefit families in Northeast Tarrant County
through GRACE programs!
 
  For more information about GRACE and the clients we serve,
please visit our website at www.gracegrapevine.org.    

Thanks for your support! 
  
GRACEful Buys
418 E. Northwest Hwy.
Grapevine, TX
817-251-3939
Hours: Mon - Sat. 10am -6pm


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