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Gig Harbor, Washington Cash Mob Announces Second Event

September 19, 2012Click to subscribe
Time04:00 PM
PlaceAnimal Crackers Kids Store & The Tides Tavern

About This Cash Mob:

The Gig Harbor Historic Waterfront Association is pleased to announce our second cash mob on September 27, 2012 from 4 to 6 PM at Animal Crackers Kids Store. Bring $20, mob the store, and get something special for the youngsters in your life! The "after-mob" will meet at The Tides Tavern. Animal Crackers will have free ice cream cones and 20% off purchases of $20 or more from 4 to 6, and The Tides Tavern will have their tasty Happy Hour menu items until 6pm!

The cash mob will be meeting at 3026 Harborview Drive, Gig Harbor, WA 98335.

There will be an after-party at The Tides Tavern.

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What type of business is being mobbed?

A children’s store specializing in children’s clothing, toys, and maternity items

Why is this business worthy of a cash mob?

Animal Crackers has provided a great selection of items for kids in the Gig Harbor Historic Waterfront district since 2006, and serves up lots of ice cream as well! They are a small business and deserving of our attention and support.

What makes this business unique?

Animal Crackers and the Tides Tavern are located near each other in the Historic Waterfront of beautiful Gig Harbor, Washington. The Historic Tides Tavern has been offering great food, friendly service, and an amazing waterfront deck since 1973. From their famous clam chowder to their original fish and chips recipes, sandwiches, salads, NW salmon, steaks, pizzas and delicious burgers, it's no wonder the Tides remains a dining mainstay in beautiful Gig Harbor

A little more about Gig Harbor, Washington:

Gig Harbor is Washington's Maritime Village. Grab a kayak or a latte, sip some wine or savor ice cream, put your feet up or slip on your running shoes. Whatever you fancy, we have it in Gig Harbor, named one of Smithsonian Magazines Top Five Small Towns for culture, heritage and charm. We encourage you to take your time and explore the entire peninsula area.