Trade in Old Shoes for New at New Balance




New Balance North Shore is having its annual Trade-In Sale through the end of April. Customers can donate used shoes and save $10 to $15 on a fresh, new pair of New Balance shoes for walking, running or working out. Even kid’s shoes will be on sale at $5 off.

              The collected shoes will be donated to Waukegan charities that include The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center and the Holy Family Soup Kitchen and Homeless Shelter. Typically, more than 2,000 pairs of used shoes are donated during the event.

        Customers can feel free to do some spring cleaning at home and bring in as many old shoes as they’d like—all will benefit some very good causes.

Location: 610 Central Ave., Highland Park. For more information, call 847-266-8323 or visit ShopNewShoes.com. See ad on page 17 and in the Community Resource Guide.

 

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