One new year tradition we enjoy is looking back at the past 365 days and reflecting on how we made days brighter. Here are some of our favorites… 233 sherpa socks given away to firefly fans on Small Business Saturday 60 sixty dollar gift card books donated to local charities 2341 (or maybe a few more) bubbles chased by our doorways in Ann Arbor and Rochester 2992 dollars given to Haven and Cass Community from .
At catching fireflies we are always looking for new ways to make days brighter for those outside of our store doors. In the month of April we are going to do that by offering the option for our firefly fans to round up their purchase amount to the next dollar and that change will be donated to a charity picked by YOU! There are lots of wonderful local non-profits doing great things in our .
One new year tradition we like to do is look back at the past 365 days and find some of the ways we made days brighter. These are a few of our favorites… 592 sales from our fabulous firefly fans on Small Business Saturday 60 sixty dollar gift card books donated to local charities 2493 (or maybe a few more) bubbles chased by our doorways in Ann Arbor and Rochester 364 silly stones spread .
One of our favorite things to do in the new year is look back on our social media photos to remember all the bright times 2015 brought us. Some of our favorites include… 540 sales from our fabulous firefly fans on Small Business Saturday 55 sixty dollar gift card books donated to local charities 9 years of being voted Best Gift Shop by Hour Detroit readers 120 cupid call cards sent to .
We really enjoyed playing cupid last year and it warmed our hearts knowing our little packages of goodies brought smiles to deserving souls during the gray days of February. Since it was our very first Cupid Call Campaign we were truly overwhelmed with the response rate. Because of the large volume of nominations we were limited to selecting only a percent of the nominees due to the cost of shipping all the packages. In hopes of being able to shoot more .
Now that we’re one week into the new year, there are loads of tips, ideas and solutions on how to make it better. We are in that mode too but before we cruise full speed into planning and preparing for a fabulous 2015, we want to take a moment to look back and celebrate the days we made brighter in 2014. Remember that $63 shopping spree you signed up for at our stores? This is one .
Local business using Loops of Love to raise money, awareness for breast cancer By Joshua Gordon BERKLEY — Through family and friends, April McCrumb knows three people who have had to deal with breast cancer in one way or another. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and the outreach spans fundraisers all over the country. But McCrumb is trying to reach out to the local men and women dealing with breast cancer by offering .
Many of us know someone who has fought, won or lost the battle of breast cancer. Our relationships with these women and men connect all of us in a unique way and we want to celebrate that with our Loops of Love campaign this October. To honor these amazing people in our lives we are linking together pink paper loops with the names of women and men you know that are fighting or have .
Three years ago about this time Steve & I made the decision to host our very first exchange student. It was a little scary and exciting all at the same time considering it had been just us two since we tied the knot over 10 years ago. Now we are happy to say our little international family consists of three lovely European daughters… Tessa, Jule and Iitu. It’s been over a month since .
It’s been a couple weeks since we sent out a load of love to deserving souls and I must say we’re tickled pink to hear some of the stories about our surprise packages. We originally planned on sending 100 packages, but due to the volume of nominees we ended up wrapping up around 180 cupid calls. We’d like to express our thanks to all the journalists who help spread the word, the nominators for .