What You'll Get
The world's first entirely green community, The Emerald City, failed miserably after the promises of the town wizard turned out to be all smoke and mirrors. Today's deal replaces monumental failure with monumental success—and just in time for the 40th annual Earth Day. For $20, you get $40 worth of eco-conscious lifestyle products from Green Living. This deal is valid for in-store purchases only at its Lakewood depot.
Like a wasteless, carbon-footprintless Ouroboros, Green Living's product selection infinitely encapsulates the entire domestic sphere without interrupting the circle of life. Stock up on non-toxic, old-timey milk-based paint ($12 pint) for the coming observation-deck expansion, hold the room together against centrifugal forces with a recycled outdoor plastic rug (starting at $30), or light up every room for pennies with a hyper-efficient light bulb (starting at $8).
Green Living is a hotbed for Mother's Day, Steve's Day, and May Day holiday gifts such as the made-from-elephant-dung journal ($13) or a four pack of recycled beer-bottle tumblers ($33). With Earth Day tomorrow, now is the opportune time to convert your domain into an environmentally efficient machine. Get in the spirit of the day with a pledge to do more composting, conserve water, and substitute energy-draining televisions with living-room finger-puppet shows.
- The store is eye-candy...Brightly colored imported textures and shiny things abound. They have beautiful jewelery [sic], clothing and purses. They have great toys for younger kids. Older kids...love the funky room decor stuff. – deno f., Yelp
- there were a lot of unique finds, and it's especially nice that everything is green(er). there's basically a little bit of everything, and it would be easy to find a gift for just about anyone here. – laura n., Yelp
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 31, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per visit. Valid for in-store purchases only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.