You had so much fun the first time, we’re doing it again!
Join Impact Thrift… on the road…for our 2nd Thrift Crawl!
Come prepared to shop, as you enjoy a chauffeured bus ride to visit 3 Impact Thrift locations: our new Fashion Outlet in Bristol, and Montgomeryville and Feasterville stores.
In celebration of American Heart Month, proceeds from each ticket sold will benefit the American Heart Association and Bristol goes Red! …So,
Board the Bus…Shop Thrift… and Go Red for women!
“I thank Impact Thrift and the Bucks County Community for supporting the mission of the American Heart Association. Your efforts will allow them to continue their lifesaving mission of building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. You not only are helping create awareness but you are giving us, the residents of the community, a chance to get have fun and connect with each other while at the same time a chance to support a worthy cause.” ~Theresa Conejo, AHA Volunteer.
A ticket will cover the cost of 1 seat on the charter bus, a free boxed lunch and an Impact Thrift Tote bag filled with shopping coupons and goodies! (Must be at least 16 years of age to attend) Click here to purchase your tickets today!
Here’s how the day will go… Impact Thrift Crawl Itinerary:
9:00am: Start your morning shopping at our Fashion Outlet (208 Commerce Circle, Bristol) Please check in at our registration table at the entrance of the store to receive your Impact Thrift Tote! As an added bonus, the store will OPEN 1 HOUR EARLY just for our Thrift Crawl Shoppers!
10:15am: Bus Departs Bristol
11:15am-12:30pm: Second Stop Impact Thrift Montgomeryville (979 Bethlehem Pike, Montgomeryville)
12:30pm: Bus Departs Montgomeryville. Attendees will leave with a preordered boxed lunch from Manhattan Bagel.
1:15pm-2:45pm: Third Stop Impact Thrift Feasterville
2:45pm: Bus departs Feasterville
3:00 pm: Arrive back in Bristol.
Get to know the American Heart Association…
The American Heart Association is the nation’s oldest and largest voluntary health organization dedicated to fighting cardiovascular disease and stroke, our nation’s #1 and #5 leading causes of death. To improve the lives of all Americans, the American Heart Association provides public health education in a variety of ways. The nation’s leader in CPR education training, they help people understand the importance of healthy lifestyle choices. The American Heart Association provides science-based treatment guidelines to healthcare professionals to help them provide quality care to their patients and educates lawmakers, policymakers and the public as they advocate for changes to protect and improve the health of our communities. Visit www.heart.org for more information and valuable tools to help you take control of your health.
Last year, the American Heart Association funded over $19 million in research grants throughout Pennsylvania, many here in the Philadelphia area. They are also currently working to make CPR a graduation requirement for high school seniors in our state. In the Bristol area of Lower Bucks County, the American Heart Association has partnered with Lower Bucks Hospital, who holds certification as a Primary Stroke Center, to bring year-round education and messaging to the community through the hospital’s My Heart. My Life. Platform, culminating with the Lower Bucks HeartChase event in the fall. HeartChase is the newest signature of the event of the American Heart Association that brings education and awareness through a smart-phone based team competition. You can learn more at www.heartchase.org.
Here are some scenes from Impact Thrift Stores first Thrift Crawl… Will you be on the bus with us???