Giving Tuesday began with a simple thought: to designate Thanksgiving as a day for gratitude and Black Friday and Cyber Monday as two days for getting deals. Wouldn’t it be great to have a day for giving back? As a Giving Tuesday partner, World Vision, is challenging Americans to take part in this new national movement on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving by showing they can give as good as they get.
Want to get a free $25 gift card to Towne Centre in Mount Pleasant?
All you have to do is spend a total of $250 at any combination of five or more of our stores or restaurants between Monday, Nov. 26 and Sunday, Dec. 2 . Then, redeem your receipts at The Mt. Pleasant Management Office by 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 5, and you’ll receive a FREE $25 Towne Centre gift card! *Visit www.mtpleasanttownecentre.com for rules and restrictions.
Many stores will be open as early as 6 a.m. with special offers and great sales prices, plus there will be special food, holiday-related activities and the Charleston Farmers Market.
Download a free parking voucher here. Many merchants also offer parking stamps with your purchase or service.
Visit www.ChristmasOnKingStreet.com for specific information.
Check our Facebook page to enter to win a Magic Elf!
The annual Elf Magic Timeless Tradition begins when a child writes a letter to Santa requesting that their Elf Magic Elf come for a holiday visit. Then, between Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve, their good friend magically arrives. Each night the child will then sprinkle their Magic North Pole Snowflakes over their Elf and soon the Elf will go on fun, silly nighttime adventures (also known at the North Pole as Elfcapades.) From the time the Elf arrives until Christmas Eve (Santa picks up each Elf to help him deliver presents), the Elves truly become part of the family.
When children awake in the morning, they’re often excited and mystified to see what their magical Elf has been up to! The Elves truly leave no creative stone uncovered from hiding in the freezer (as the cold temperature reminds them of the North Pole) to tagging along on family excursions or school trips, helping with chores or leaving loving notes to the children at nighttime.
The goal of a visiting Elf Magic Elf is to spread joy, love, and kindness, ignite the Christmas spirit and reinforce the true meaning of Christmas. $29.95 covers the cost of your Elf’s plane ticket from the North Pole. All Elf Magic Elves are individually named and arrive with a Elf-Sized Santa Sack, the Elf Magic Story (a poem which explains Santa’s Timeless Christmas Tradition), Magical North Pole Snowflakes, tips for caring for your Elf and removable clothing that allows your Elf to be dressed in other Elf outfits, lovingly known as Elfits. For more information on how Elf Magic can help your families create memories to last a lifetime, visit www. Elf-Magic.com.