Shopping in Beech Grove


$35 for a 10-Class Yoga Package at Bob Block Yoga ($100 Value)

Bob Block Yoga

Indianapolis

Group classes cater to every ability level as participants work to improve flexibility and strength over a series of sessions

$100 $35

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$11 for $20 Worth of Jewelry — Profyle

Profyle

Indianapolis

Amazing selection of jewelry and accessories starting at $20.

$20 $11

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$39 for $60 Worth of Men's and Women's Shoes at Goodman's Shoes

Goodman's Shoes

Goodman Shoes

Shoe store celebrating its 100th anniversary stocks more than 40 brands for men and women, including Ugg of Australia, Clarks, and Naot

$60 $39

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$10 for $25 Worth of Batteries for Electronics and Vehicles at Interstate All Battery Center

Interstate All Battery Center

Multiple Locations

Customers can replace dead batteries in everything from flashlights to computers, cameras, and even vehicles

$25 $10

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Watch Battery Replacement, Jewelry Repair, or Jewelry or Custom Design Work at The Jewelry Lady (Up to 61% Off)

The Jewelry Lady

Indianapolis

Jewelry experts replace batteries, fix most broken jewelry, and assist customers with custom jewelry designs or sales

$12.84 $5

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$10 for $20 Worth of Consigned Designer Apparel and Accessories at Butterfly Consignment

Butterfly Consignment

Butterfly Consignment

Racks of pre-loved designer clothes purchased in the last three years, featuring brands such as Banana Republic, Gucci, Saks, and bebe

$20 $10

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$5.50 for $15 Worth of Jewelry and Accessories at Six

SIX

Castleton

Fashion-forward minds can peruse an inventory of necklaces, earrings, bracelets, and bags

$15 $5.50

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Beginner Jewelry Beading Class and Beads for One or Two at Beads Amore (Up to 52% Off)

Beads Amore

Indianapolis

Students make jewelry such as bracelets or earrings while learning the fundamentals of beading

$52 $25

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Specialty Teas and New and Vintage Collectibles at TeaPots n Treasures (50% Off). Two Options Available.

TeaPots n Treasures

East Indianapolis

Tea-centric store stocks vintage teapots, unique infusers, and 900+ tea blends, many of which are made specifically for local businesses

$10 $5

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$199 for a Custom Dining Table Protection Pad from Berger's Table Pad Factory ($399 Value)

Berger's Table Pad Factory

Indianapolis

Custom-crafted pad protects the delicate finish and construction of antique and heirloom dining room tables

$399 $199

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One Day of Unlimited Board-Game Play for Two or Four at Game Paradise (Up to 52% Off)

Game Paradise

Indianapolis

Clue, "Harry Potter" Scene It?, and more than 1,000 other board games stock a library with unlimited access for playtime from noon to 1 a.m.

$25 $12

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Select Local Merchants

  • The A Rosebud Flowers and Gifts
    Local family owned florist. Serving Indianapolis and the surrounding area for over 15 years. Our designers boast more than 50 years combined experience.
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    501 Main St
    Beech Grove, IN US
  • The Village Experience
    As Anne and Kelly Campbell can tell you, it's impossible to witness civil crisis in Kenya, spend time with people with mental disabilities in India, or watch women beg for food in the streets of Ethiopia and not feel compelled to take action. The sisters have gone from working for some of the top names in fashion—including BCBGMaxAzria and Tommy Hilfiger—to cofounding The Village Experience in 2008, a company inspired by its global journeys and dedicated to providing socially responsible travel and fair-trade goods. The business's accolades have since piled up: it won the Best Women's Accessories category of TheIndyChannel.com's A-List in 2010 and 2009. Additionally, Kelly was named one of Indiana’s 2011 Forty Under 40 by the Indianapolis Business Journal. The Village Experience was also asked to partake in the Emmy's The Red Carpet Luxury Lounge, where Emmy nominees, celebrities, and media peruse and try different products and retail items, with their jewelry also included in the Lounge's gift bags. But the sisters' rewards do not come from high praise or recognition. Rather, the duo finds satisfaction in helping underserved communities build self-sustainability and making a difference in people's lives. In a 2009 feature, Rachel Meacham of Nuvo quoted a portion of Kelly's 2006 travel journal, which explains the impression left by an ailing Malawi woman: "She is [the] reason I risk getting sick . . . She is the reason I don't sleep well at night. Everyone has something they live for and risk their lives for—she is just that." Together with their partners, The Village Experience has opened a medical clinic and a nursery school in Kenya, as well as rebuilt The University of Fondwa in Haiti after the devastating 2010 earthquake. The compassionate crew has led more than 50 trips to various destinations, during which guests ate, shopped, and stayed at local establishments. The store supports more than 30 artisan cooperatives in 25 countries, paying a fair wage for items such as handmade jewelry and envelope wallets that are ideal for holding IDs, credit cards, and Monopoly money. Each purchase provides economic sustenance for organizations such as women's cooperatives, microfinancing projects, and orphanages.
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    6055 N COLLEGE AVE
    INDIANAPOLIS, IN US
  • Butterfly Consignment Shop
    Splitting your working hours between a career as an attorney and as a self-employed style consultant might seem odd to most, but it makes perfect sense for Niquelle Allen. After deciding not to define herself completely as an attorney, she put her entrepreneurial spirit and keen eye for fashion to use and opened Butterfly Consignment. Through curating an inventory of designer brands such as Gucci, Banana Republic, and Seven For All Mankind, she creates a haven for shoppers determined to save designer duds from ending up in landfills or on mannequins with no sense of style. Her shop showcases gently worn and stain-free items purchased within the past three years, alongside a small selection of vintage bags and jewelry. She categorizes the inventory into three broad subsets, including pre-loved items, never-been-worn boutique items, and handmade accessories and body products. In order to transform customers from one-time visitors to loyal regulars, she constantly refreshes her racks with recent consignments of seasonal attire.
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    6697 E 82nd St
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • Indy Acres Paintball
    One of the hostage takers adjusts his protective mask nervously as the dull thuds of the police team's fire hits outside the makeshift house. He and his four allies protect a VIP they kidnapped while the rescue team waits outside. Moments later, the door bursts open as the rescue team breaches through and unleashes a fury of paintballs at the villains. After a few tense minutes and paint-spatter casualties on both sides, the battle is over, the hostage rescued, and the teams reversed. This is a regular scene at Indy Acres Paintball, a field that takes pride in the variety of scenarios available on its six fields. From hostage rescue to large-scale woodsball and fast-paced speedball, the outdoor fields accommodate every type of play, and Indy Acres equips players with .50-caliber paintball guns that hurt more than a rubber-band snap but less than knowing that the sun has a shelf life. Additionally, the field?s rules of conduct maintain fair play and fun for every participant.
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    7225 E Raymond St.
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • Phantom Fireworks
    Phantom Fireworks first burst onto the scene more than three decades ago. Today, the company lights up backyards of America from coast-to-coast with more than 1,200 permanent and temporary locations. Much like its products, Phantom?s employees frequently take to the skies. They travel around the globe in search of the industry's latest ground and aerial displays before returning home with rockets, missiles, fountains, and aerial repeaters. From there, an extensive in-house testing program takes over, checking each item's safety before it?s sold to the public. That testing program is just one of Phantom?s pillars of safety. The company also holds memberships with multiple pyrotechnics organizations, and it offers customers additional information about fireworks laws and history through its Fireworks University.
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    6225 W. Washington St.
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • Phantom Fireworks
    Phantom Fireworks first burst onto the scene more than three decades ago. Today, the company lights up backyards of America from coast-to-coast with more than 1,200 permanent and temporary locations. Much like its products, Phantom?s employees frequently take to the skies. They travel around the globe in search of the industry's latest ground and aerial displays before returning home with rockets, missiles, fountains, and aerial repeaters. From there, an extensive in-house testing program takes over, checking each item's safety before it?s sold to the public. That testing program is just one of Phantom?s pillars of safety. The company also holds memberships with multiple pyrotechnics organizations, and it offers customers additional information about fireworks laws and history through its Fireworks University.
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    6805 Summit Hill Way
    Indianapolis, IN US
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