Lexington, KY (PressExposure) November 19, 2009 -- Alure Salon and Day Spa (http://www.aluresalonandspa.com) voted #1 by the Lexington Herald-Leaderâs 2009 Readers Choice poll, says, âThank You, Lexingtonâ with a Black Friday event November 27th. Itâs an opportunity for men to find the perfect gift for that special someone in their lives and for women to pamper themselves while doing some Christmas shopping at the same time.
Black Friday is a much anticipated day with many shoppers planning the best way to take advantage of all the deals being offered by retail outlets. The experience which offers such great deals is usually synonymous with huge crowds, long lines and exhaustion. Alure wants to change that with their âThank You, Lexingtonâ Black Friday event.
âWe wanted to say thank you to Lexington for voting us #1 in the Herald-Leaderâs 2009 Readers Choice poll, so we created a Black Friday event offering great deals on gift cards, as well as our products and services,â says Kelly Lasley, Alure Salon and Day Spa (http://www.aluresalonandspa.com) Manager. âInstead of getting up early to stand in lines and fight the crowds, our clients can come in for some pampering and do their Christmas shopping at the same time, leaving refreshed and happy.â
âI think men hate lines more than women, and they often have trouble thinking of a gift for the women in their lives: girlfriend, wife, mother, daughter, colleague or boss. They want to get something thoughtful and we can help them find just the right gift in their price point and they can do their shopping in one spot,â concludes Lasley.
The doors open at 8:00 AM with special savings for the first 200 people. Other savings include a $250 coupon booklet and a $25 spa certificate with any $100 gift card purchased, 30% off all haircuts for the day, retail savings up to 50%, and receiving a $250 coupon booklet with the purchase of a Spa Membership.
The Lexington Herald-Leaderâs Readers Choice Awards is an annual poll where readers vote for the âBest of the Bestâ in Lexington businesses.