WAYNE – As a pair of downtown clothing stores host their customer appreciation specials this weekend, community members joined Swans for Men during a weekly chamber coffee event.
Located right across the street from Swans Apparel (205 Main Street), Swans for Men hosted Friday morning Chamber Coffee on November 6 at their 204 Main Street location.
Jen Claussen is the owner of both Swans Apparel and Swans for Men. She stated both stores offer a variety of different items.
“For different ages groups, sizes and styles,” said Claussen. “We try to do a little bit of everything. So, a variety of items for the younger crowd but also through the generations.”
Along with offering a variety of different clothing, Swans Apparel and Swans for Men have accessories and gift items.
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Swans Apparel has been in business for 101 years as Claussen became the owner of Swans five and a half years ago as the Swans for Men store has been open for a little over three years.
Friday and Saturday will feature customer appreciation for both locations.
“Typically, we would do them separately but with the craziness of this year we missed our women’s back in May,” Claussen added. “So, we just decided to have a big ole party downtown and hit it on both sides of the streets.”
Customer appreciation at both Swans for Men and Swans Apparel will be held on Friday and Saturday, November 6-7. Every $75 spent at either store will place your name into an entry to win a date night prize pack worth over $250. There’ll also be ‘Thank You’ gifts with purchases of $75 or more while supplies last, all sale items will be an additional 20% off and to-go refreshments will be provided all day long.
The winner of the date night prize pack will be announced Monday.
Swans Apparel is open from 9 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. while Swans for Men is open from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Friday as both locations are open from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Saturday.
Claussen is also thankful to the community and her employees.
“Just recently we hired my sister and she’s also full-time and has been an awesome asset,” Claussen mentioned. “Then we have two part-time gals that go to Wayne State College and are just wonderful and so fun to work with.”
Wayne Community Housing will be next week’s host for ChamberPercs at 10:15 a.m. on Friday, November 13. There’ll be no in-person chamber coffee next week.