Archive for August, 2013

Customer Appreciation Sale!

Written by creatingyourspace on . Posted in Carpet, Century Tile News, Ceramic / Porcelain Tile, Design and Decorating, Events, Family, Hardwood and Laminate, Kitchen and Bath, Natural Stone, Sales and Promotions, Tile

We are having our Customer Appreciation sale for 3 days only, starting Saturday, August 24 until Monday, August 26, 2013! We truly appreciate you and want to show you just how thankful we are. Come out to one of our twelve locations for carpet, hardwood, laminate, natural stone, glass, and so much more.  During these three days, you not only get great deals on tons of flooring materials, but you’ll also get cash back!   With our instant cash back event, you save even more.

Again, we are so grateful and want to thank you for your business.  We hope you take advantage of the event and that we see you this upcoming weekend so we can thank you for everything in person.  Visit the location nearest to you!

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Labor Day Plans

Written by creatingyourspace on . Posted in Events, Family, Hints and Advice, Holidays

14663731_SFor those of us who are not having Labor Day weekend parties but have instead planned camping trips here are a few tips to make the holiday as enjoyable as possible. Labor Day is such a busy camping time that it’s crucial to make reservations at the campground of your choice in advance. Waiting until the last minute is likely to leave you scrambling to find a spot for the weekend.

Please check the weather. Your local television station will have up-to-date forecasts. Pack clothing and camping gear depending on the weather. If it’s predicted to be cold, pack warm clothing, long-sleeves and pants. If the weather is going to be hot, opt for shorts and tank tops. But, keep in mind that you’ll need to pack at least one warm outfit for each person, because nights can be cool during Labor Day weekend.  It’s also imperative to pack bug spray, wet wipes, toilet paper and a first aid kit.

Plan your menu. Do you have a camping stove or will you be cooking directly over the fire? This is an important difference. If you are cooking over an open fire, pre make many of your meals as possible, wrap them in foil and reheat. Burritos are an especially easy option in this situation. If you have a stove, the world is your oyster. Don’t forget to pack paper towels and dish soap for easy cleanups. A huge container of water for cleaning, drinking and brushing your teeth is also a necessity.

Since you will be “unplugging” from the real world you’ll want to bring a deck of cards, a football or a Frisbee for entertainment.

And most importantly, bring marshmallows, graham crackers and chocolate. It’s never a good camping trip without making smores.