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Support PA Polka and Save 25% at Boscovs!

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Receive a 25% off "Friends Helping Friends" pass, valid Tuesday, October 18th, when you donate $5 in support of Pennsylvania Polka.

WVIA is offering Boscov's "Friends Helping Friends" passes when you support Pennsylvania Polka.  Each pass entitles the donor to 25% off* purchases made at all Boscov's locations on Tuesday, October 18th, 2016, from 9am to 11pm. Pass must be presented at the time of purchase.

Additionally, Boscov's will be offering free refreshments and the opportunity to register for prizes, including three $500 shopping sprees. 

To make a donation in support of PA Polka and receive your "Friends Helping Friends" shopping pass, contact Ginny Fredmonski at 570-602-1134 or email ginnyfredmonski@wvia.org

 

*Some exclusions may apply. Certain merchandise may receive either 15% or 10% off.

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