Shopping in Kentwood

Up to 42% Off Bike Tune-Up

Grand Rapids

$75 $45

Passionate bike pros get gears ready for spring with a light or standard tune-up

50% Off New and Used Clothing at blue boutiques

Multiple Locations

$30 $15

Goodwill boutique stocks trendy apparel and accessories, proceeds from which go toward job training, placement, and retention programs

Half Off Body Oils and Spray Fragrances

Creston

$30 $15

Selection of scented body oils and sprays

49% Off for Chocolate Lunch for Two at The Local Epicurean

Heartside-Downtown

$39 $20

Chocolate-themed lunch with chocolate drink, berries, breads, cheeses, and cheesecake

Half Off at Complete Nutrition

Kentwood

$20 $10

Shoppers bulk up with muscle-building powder, burn fat with weight loss supplements and maximize workout results with hormone boosters

50% Off Jewelry, Furs, and other unique Items at Always, Betti

East Fulton Business Association - Midtown

$50 $25

Selection of fine estate jewelry, fine furs, necklaces, brooches, engagement rings, sterling silver, & select quality items

Up to 55% Off Brass Hardware at Century Hardware

Kentwood

$99 $49

Handcrafted, decorative knobs and pulls for kitchen and bath spaces

50% Off Arts and Crafts Supplies

Grand Ledge

$20 $10

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

50% Off Custom Clothing

Muskegon Heights

$30 $15

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

55% Off an All-Natural Take-Home Easter Dinner for 10

Multiple Locations

$199.99 $89

For Easter dinner, pick up an all-natural boneless ham accompanied by rolls and three sides such as glazed carrots and roasted potatoes

50% Off at Kidz Clothes & More

Leslie

$40 $20

Kids' new, name-brand clothes in sizes from infant through size 12, kids' accessories, and a few items for adults

50% Off Apparel and Furnishings

Okemos

$30 $15

Men's and women's apparel, along with furniture and designer accessories, fill a 13,500-square-foot showroom

Half Off iPhone Accessories at Candi Cane Wireless 

Jackson

$30 $15

Accessories include cases such as the kickstand case that allows for hands-free viewing

43% Off at Hills True Value

South Bend

$30 $17.25

Dedicated handypeople equip homeowners with tools and supplies for protecting homes against seasonal changes

83% Off Three Bracelets at Ally+Zoe

Northeast South Bend

$149 $24.99

Show off your knowledge of the stacking-bracelets trend by adorning your wrist with a set of three fashionable bracelets

50% Off Sports Apparel at The Great Divide

Flint

$20 $10

Eclectic selection of hats, shirts, jerseys, and other memorabilia devoted to both Michigan and Michigan State sports teams

50% Off Boutique Merchandise at Chik-A-D's

Montrose

$20 $10

Merchandise includes brand-name items from infant to adult clothing and accessories, home decor, and small furniture

Select Local Merchants

The benefit of every sale at Exodus Upscale Thrift is twofold: while customers tow home a stash of gently used clothing, furnishings, and accessories, local halfway home Exodus Place inches closer to its goal of sheltering the area’s homeless. As of June 23, 2010, Exodus Upscale Thrift had helped more than 100 men find housing, according to an interview with CEO Robb Munger in a Michigan Live article, and continues to provide educational resources and access to work-service agencies for Exodus Place residents. “It’s great to accomplish things, but…[w]e have to continue working and creating and doing,” said Munger. The store’s ever-expanding collection, which also includes jewelry, toys, and sporting goods, accepts donations and returns the favor with tax-exemption vouchers and warm, fuzzy feelings replicated only by nuzzling a loofah.

1435 60th Street Southeast
Kentwood,
MI
US

Fruit Basket Flowerland’s 20 acres of nursery space contain beautiful hanging baskets, annuals, and perennials. The nursery has seen those perennials bloom dozens of times since it opened back in 1949, and today the business has blossomed out to three locations. Home gardeners can peruse a huge selection of soil, fertilizer, and plants, or sign up for instructive gardening classes, which teach participants to care for their plants and to exterminate weeds without running afoul of weeds-rights activists. Fruit Basket Flowerland also houses a vast selection of patio furniture and three lines of Weber grills.

4321 28th Street Southeast
Kentwood,
MI
US

6464 Broadmoor Ave SE
Caledonia,
MI
US

After Prohibition, many American home brewers had lost the threads connecting them to the nation’s long history of home brewing, opting instead to hang up their brew kettles in favor of the big brand lagers. The knowledgeable staff members roaming the floor of HomeBrew & Hydroponics Hobby Shop are working to ensure that the art of home brewing flourishes again, supplying at-home brewers with the skills and supplies necessary to conjure their own suds. The shelves showcase a variety of easy introductory kits that invite guests to try their hand at brewing beer, making wine, or growing hydroponic vegetables to save valuable soil for dad's morning mud mask. For serious enthusiasts, the shop curates a comprehensive menu of the equipment, soil systems, and supplies needed to set up full-scale brewing endeavors and indoor gardens at home.:

3070 Broadmoor Avenue Southeast
Kentwood,
MI
US

The Michigan Brewers Guild wanted something very specific when it turned 15: it asked the state’s breweries to concoct a 15th-anniversary ale for its summer beer fest. Chef and home brewer Amy Sherman, host of Great American Brew Trail, went behind the scenes at the celebration, where she interviewed local breweries’ staff members about their celebratory brews. Reports like these are typical of her show, Great American Brew Trail, for which she travels to microbreweries across the country and unveils the creative and culinary processes behind beer.

3850 29th Street Southeast
Kentwood,
MI
US

The cooks at Le Kabob prepare an assortment of Mediterranean and Middle Eastern specialties, pairing juicy, charbroiled halal meats with herbal salads and creamy sauces. They grill skewers of shrimp, fry crisp falafel, and roll lamb shawarma into pitas with tomatoes, onions, parsley, pickles, and tahini. Diners can also sip fresh-squeezed juices or rich arabic coffee while seated in the restaurant's ornately decorated interior, or in the sunlight on its outdoor patio.

2923 28th St SE
Kentwood,
MI
US