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Follow the Yellow Brick Road at Devonshire Mall
By Cynthia Burk
OurHometown.ca


Follow the Yellow Brick Road at Devonshire Mall
When you’re at Devonshire Mall, your eyes aren’t scanning the floor but all the fantastic store displays. For the month of April, take the time turn your eyes downward to walk the Yellow Brick Road.
PHOTO CREDIT - Devonshire Mall

Windsor-Essex - April 21, 2015 - When you’re at Devonshire Mall, your eyes aren’t scanning the floor but all the fantastic store displays. For the month of April, take the time turn your eyes downward to walk the Yellow Brick Road. The “Fight for Life” campaign runs until the end of April, and for $10, you can purchase a yellow brick and decorate it with your family name or the name of someone you know impacted by cancer. ALL monies go towards the Canadian Cancer Society’s research funds. You can purchase bricks through the Canadian Cancer Society of Windsor-Essex or from the great ladies of guest services at Devonshire Mall. Al Robertson of Corporate Sign Source is the all-star producing and laying the bricks for the campaign.

Cynthia Burk is a General Manager by profession and a first time Momma. She now has no extra money to collect wine and lives vicariously through her friends that actually get sleep. She loves experimenting in the kitchen ... with food. If you have questions or wish to contact Cynthia, you can email her at cburk@ourhometown.ca


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