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With the excitement from this week’s historic election you might still be feeling a little giddy. But that’s no reason to rush out and start shopping all willy-nilly. It’s still important to be a savvy shopper. Let’s see where all the best bargains are this week.

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As long as you’re avoiding the big chain stores, why not think local while you’re shopping for your best friend? The Hamilton Dog House, located at 155 East 3rd Street offers a wide variety of pet foods, pet supplies and grooming all with a hometown touch.

Give The Hamilton Dog House a call at 718-436-PETS. You can also visit them online at www.theHamiltonDogHouse.com.

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Need a little help kickstarting you’re new exercise regiment? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Fortunately, Fitness Together is here offering clients one-on-one personal training for men, women and teens. At Fitness Together’s Park Slope facility you’ll find fully equipped training suites designed for both your comfort and privacy. If you’ve got a personal health goal, Fitness Together can help you achieve it.

Check them out online at wwwftparkslope.com. Fitness Together is located at 382 Fifth Avenue. You can reach them by telephone at 718-369-0707.

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Hey, if you ever wanted to start selling on ebay, but have been a little intimidated, the folks over at the Park Slope Copy Center at 121 Seventh Avenue will help you get started. They’ll be glad to handle all the messy details, all you have to do is supply the goods. They provide full service packing and shipping, so closing the deal couldn’t be easier.

The Park Slope Copy Center has got you covered no matter what you need to ship and they carry every kind of box, bubble wrapping, envelope and padded mailer you may need. Call them at 718-783-0268 for more information.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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