The first 100 customers at a dozen area Big Lots stores Saturday and Sunday could get up to $250 toward their purchase.
Ten Big Lots stores in Piqua, Springfield, Dayton, Trotwood, Huber Heights, Wilmington, Miamisburg, Middletown and Lebanon, along with one in East Richmond, Indiana, will celebrate their new remodels this weekend, according to a statement from the company.
All 10 stores, along with the Miami Twp. and Fairfield store will offer scratch-off tickets to the first 100 people people Saturday and Sunday, according to the release.
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The new stores will feature a new layout and design.
“We are excited to introduce our new store format to the Dayton Area,” stated Steve Haffer, senior vice president chief customer officer of Big Lots. “It brings to life our new brand traits and showcases our product assortments of affordable solutions in Furniture, Seasonal, Home, Food, and Consumables. We are also very proud to serve alongside the Dayton community.”
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