McDonald’s Sewing and Vacuum is celebrating its 13th anniversary with Black Friday sales through Nov. 30

first_imgby Pam Strader, Sumner Newscow — McDonald’s Sewing and Vacuum is celebrating their 13th anniversary with big sales and savings. They have BLACK FRIDAY sales EVERY DAY through Monday, November 30, 2015. These sales include: •25% off ALL Husqvarna Viking Sewing, Quilting, and Embroidery Machines (excludes Designer Epic or Premier Software) •25% off Viking Brand Notions, & Accessories. •New Sewing machines starting at $149 •New embroidery machines (with software!) starting at $1349 •New 16 inch quilting machines with stitch regulator starting at $5699 •Sale limited to stock on hand. Better hurry, don’t miss out! McDonald’s Sewing and Vacuum opened their doors in 2002 at 314 S. Summit, Arkansas City, Kansas (Phone:  620-441-0939) and expanded the business to include 316 S. .Summit in 2014.  In February 2010, McDonalds  opened a second location at 609 N. Baltimore, Derby, Kansas (Phone: 316-789-8484).   In 2013, the Derby location expanded to include the space at 611 N. Baltimore. McDonald’s Sewing and Vacuum is the premiere dealer for Husqvarna Viking Sewing Machines. They also service and repair all makes and models of sewing machines, quilting machines, and embroidery machines.  Repair estimates are always FREE.   Trade-ins are accepted when you purchase a sewing, quilting or embroidery machine at McDonald’s Sewing and Vacuum McDonalds offers new user classes at both locations for customers who purchase new sewing machines. They also host sewing events on a regular basis.  December 5th will be a “Lace Angel” sew along.  Customers can buy the kit and sew along with us in Arkansas City.  In January, there will be a quilting event with a Viking professional educator showing the Platinum 16 quilting machine. Follow the events and class schedules on their website www.mcdonaldsvacuums.com . With over 30 years experience,  McDonald’s Sewing and Vacuum is factory authorized and trained to work on most brands of vacuums, including Dyson, Simplicity, Oreck, Electrolux, Hoover, Eureka, Dirt Devil, Rug Doctor, Royal and many more.   McDonald’s is the only authorized Dyson brand vacuum repair center in the area.  McDonald’s also offers free repair estimates on their vacuum servicing.  Belts, bags and replacements parts for your vacuum – you’ll find them at McDonald’s.    And don’t forget they take trade-ins on vacuums too!  Owner Patrick McDonald and his staff are not only knowledgable about sewing and vacuums but Mr. McDonald is also the proud owner of McDonald’s Used Books,and McDonald Computer Service, both located in downtown Arkansas City.  Make that short drive to Derby or Arkansas City to see all McDonald’s Sewing and Vacuum has to offer.  You won’t be disappointed!  The friendly and experienced staff are waiting to assist you with a great deal on a new or used sewing machine and/or accessories or a new or used vacuum. And don’t forget they offer service and repairs on your current equipment.    Hours:   Monday-Friday 9:30-5:30 / Saturdays 9:30-4:00 (Closed on Sundays and Thanksgiving Day.) Check out their Facebook Page here to keep up to date with specials and other announcements.Âlast_img read more

Parejo asks his teammates not to gain weight these days

first_imgThe midfielder admitted that they can’t “go running, but we have a bike at home, in addition to doing functional and strength exercises to maintain physicality. ““We don’t know when the competition will resume, it’s all a bit up in the air, but when the competition resumes, it does not forgive “, he explained.He also called on society to follow “the measures that the state says strictly or in the end it will never end.”“We have to be realists, if you can only leave the house to go to the supermarket or to the pharmacy, then you cannot go out anymore. I would like to go to the park with my children. Either we all take it seriously or we are not going to go forward, right now we have to be a team, “he claimed. The captain of Valencia, Dani Parejohe asked his colleagues make an extra effort these days of confinement to return to training group when possible with the same weight they had when they stopped going to the sports city of Paterna due to the coronavirus crisis.“You have to be one hundred percent because winning a game costs a lot and you have to take it very seriously, not only training, but also food, arriving with a weight like the one you were in, that requires training and a lot of sacrifice, “the captain said in statements to the club’s website.last_img read more