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While major retailers around the nation attempt to draw in customers with promises of huge discounts on Black Friday, local and independent retailers will offer great deals on unique products that can’t be found in big box stores. If you’re looking to save a little green on your green holiday purchases, look no further than Gypsy Greens Chehalis and Gypsy Greens Olympia.

Gypsy Greens Green Friday Lighters
Gypsy Greens lighters make a great stocking stuffer for holiday giving. Photo credit: Holly Reed

On November 29, while everyone else stands in line for Black Friday, both Gypsy Greens locations will host their annual Green is the New Black sales event. “Get there early,” says Jenna Rodriguez, co-owner of Gypsy Greens, “There is sure to be a line.”

Even though Gypsy Greens isn’t a big box store, the price drops for Green Friday are sure to bring in a crowd. The store will open one hour earlier than usual, at 8:00 a.m., so set the alarm and join many other customers who are excited to get in on the hottest discounts of the year.

Gypsy Greens offers a wide assortment of products sure to appeal to every taste. Customers in search of deals will find their favorite brands and varieties with savings that fill them with holiday cheer. The discounts are so deep, it’s the perfect time to try something new.

While celebrating Green Friday in Chehalis, be sure to stop by next door at Gypsy Glass. Find awesome Gypsy Greens branded merchandise like T-shirts, lanyards and other gear. Grab fantastic cannabis accessories like pipes, bongs, papers and lighters. The unique merchandise at Gypsy Glass shop makes great gifts and stocking stuffers or purchase some gear for yourself.

Byrne & Byrne Solutions will be on hand at Gypsy Glass from opening to noon hosting giveaways with fun goodies and prizes that will make great stocking stuffers,” says Jenna.

Savvy customers won’t be the only ones to benefit during the Green is the New Black sales event. Gypsy Greens hopes everyone will join them in spreading some holiday cheer to those in need this season. On Green Friday, customers are encouraged to bring along a non-perishable food donation for the local food banks.

Gypsy Greens Green Friday Food Bank
Gypsy Greens is hosting a non-perishable food drive to benefit the Thurston County Food Bank now through Green Friday. Photo credit: Holly Reed

Year after year, the food banks of Lewis and Thurston Counties serve the most vulnerable in our community, like children and the elderly. Through generous donations and volunteer hours, many members of the community care for others – not just during the holidays, but throughout the whole year. Customers don’t have to wait until green Friday to donate to the food bank. Gypsy Greens has the donation box out now and already received many non-perishable food items from customers looking to give back to their community.

Customers don’t have to look far and wide to save a little green on their holiday purchases. Set an alarm and get to sleep early Thanksgiving night, so you can head out to Gypsy Green’s Green is the New Black Friday event.

Green is the New Black begins at 8:00 a.m. and runs until 9:00 p.m. November 29 at both the Gypsy Greens Chehalis and Gypsy Greens Olympia stores. Gypsy Glass is conveniently located in suite 102 at 1570 North National Avenue in Chehalis, next door to Gypsy Greens Chehalis.

Gypsy Greens Green Friday Olympia Selection
For their Green is the New Black event, customers will find great deals on many popular products. Ask any of the friendly budtenders for expert advice. Photo credit: Holly Reed

Gypsy Green Olympia
234 Division Street Northwest

Gypsy Greens Chehalis
1570 North National Avenue

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