Ladies night out May 22 in Rock Island


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Posted Online: April 24, 2013, 10:22 am
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Press release submitted by Lundgren Family Chiropractic.

ROCK ISLAND -- Lundgren Family Chiropractic 2965 13th Ave., Rock Island, is hosting Ladies Night Out from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, May 22. This is an opportunity for area women to take an evening out with friends to shop for unique items in one location, while enjoying accommodated food and drink from local businesses.
There will be a variety of vendors with food samples, decadent wines. and also designer purses, jewelry, skin care, home design, specialty foods, massage, health screenings and more! Ladies will be able to taste some locally blended wine or sip some organic coffee (or chai) while finding special gifts and experiencing some of the Quad Cities best massage. There will be gift baskets and door prizes to win through numerous drawings. RSVP by May Friday, 17, to 309-793-4858.

















 



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