Following a two-year hiatus, B&B Supply in Highland is excited to announce the return of a long-overdue Customer Appreciation Event slated for Sept. 9 and 10.
According to co-owner, Vicky Zeiger showing appreciation to their customers is a long-standing tradition and although it is practiced daily, the event is one way to give back to customers by offering deals on many in store items.
“This event will be hosted at the Highland location only, and vendors will be on site Friday, Sept. 9.The sale will run for two days (7 am -6 pm Fridayand 7 am-5 pm Saturday),” Zeiger said. “We try to do this annually, but since we bought B&B in October of 2018, we have only been able to do it once in 2019 because Covid hit. We’re excited to bring it back and show our appreciation to our customers.”
The two-day event will kick off Sept. 9 with vendors from BlueLinx, Cameron Ashley, Mid-AM, MBS, Orgill, Ply Gem, Prime Source, Quality Wholesale Building Products, Sakrete, and YellaWood, who will all be set up by 8:30 am.
“There will be drawings for prizes and select items will be on sale both Friday and Saturday that weekend,” Zeiger said. “The winners will be notified the following Monday. They need to make sure to fill out the entry form with all of the information so we can contact them, but they don’t have to be present to win.”
Also taking place Sept. 9 will be a free lunch provided by B&B served by FNBC from 11:30 am until 1 pm and include hotdogs, chips, and bottled water.
Some of the sale items include 10 percent off all Milwaukee and Husqvarna products, buy one get one on RedLithium Extended Capacity Battery Pack or Circular Saw Wood Cutting Blades; buy one get both M18 2-gallon wet/dry vacuum, ½” High-Torque Impact Wrench with Friction Ring; great deals on Milwaukee multi-voltage charger, contractor bags, hammer drills and more.
“We hope the community will come out and celebrate with us. We want to thank our community and customers, FNBC, Wood’s Plumbing for helping with parking and all our vendors. We could not do it without them,” Zeiger said.