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Are you buying "local" for the holidays?

Are you buying "local" for the holidays?

Are you supporting your local economy?

Local First has a holiday gift guide with suggestions that support locally owned businesses.

You can also find gift suggestions on our WZZM 13 Made in Michigan page that lists nearly 500 companies that make their products in Michigan.

According to ABC News, if each American spent just $64 on American made goods, it would create 200,000 new jobs.  ABC also has information on Made in America goods.

Relay for Life Christmas Trees

Relay for Life Christmas Trees

 

 

Looking to purchase your Christmas Tree?
Stop by A-1 Laser's Annual Christmas Tree Sale!

November 23rd- December 18th

677 Lincoln Lake SE, Lowell, MI 49331
(Lincoln Lake Business Park)

M-F 9am-7pm, Sat. 9am-6pm and Sun 12pm-5pm

... Scotch Pine & Fraser Firs starting at $19.50
Fraser, Douglas, and Spruce also available 6-10 ft
Trees netted free for easy transport. Wreaths, centerpieces, tree bags & tree stands also available.

All proceeds donated to the American Cancer Society Relay for Life of Lowell.

 

Michigan made movie opens in Lowell

Michigan made movie opens in Lowell

The movie WaterWalk made in Michigan will open on Father's Day in Lowell at the Ada Lowell Threater.

Farmer's Market in Lowell

Farmer's Market in Lowell

June 7-September 27

12:30pm to 6pm

Location: Parking lot of Tractor Supply in Lowell

Girls Night Out this Thursday in Lowell

Girls Night Out this Thursday in Lowell

Lowell's Girls Night Out is set for Thursday, April 19 from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm. There are giveaways, freebies, activities and great deals.

Visit http://www.girlsnightoutlowell.org/ for additional information.

Expo set for March 24

Expo set for March 24

The Expo is held at Lowell High School, in both gyms and the hallways from 9:00AM to 3:00PM. This offers an excellent opportunity for the community to increase their awareness of the products and services provided and/or manufactured in the greater Lowell area. Exhibitors also gain the opportunity to develop sales, sales leads and customer contacts. People attending the Expo will enjoy some of the following highlights:

• Spotlighting of over 150 area businesses, service groups, churches and government agencies;
• Entertainment provided throughout the day;
• Visit with famous area mascots;
• Giveaways and interactive displays;
• Door prizes raffled all day long;
• Food and beverages provided by Lowell Area Schools;
• Admission & parking is always free.

March 24

For more information: www.lowellchamber.org