Saving You Money
First up, all Sam's Clubs are offering free diabetes screenings and
vision tests tomorrow from 11 til 3. The incidents of diabetes
continues to rise and screening could help you get diagnosed sooner,
avoiding complications later.
Next, if you've got money troubles,
head on over to the "Savings A'hoy" money management fair September 20th
at the Kleeman Community Center in Clarksville. September 29th at the
Kleeman Community Center in Clarksville. Financial experts will be
teaching kids and adults how to save.
And, you can hear this guy, Matthew Perryman Jones, and many other artists free tomorrow.
There are also giveaways at Parties in the Park that's being held at Centennial Park in Nashville.
The free fun takes place every Saturday in September and October.
And the Freebies don't stop there. This one will definitely "throw"
you for a loop. You can meet members of the professional bull riders
circuit tomorrow from noon until 1:00 at Bass Pro Shops out at Opry
They'll also have free kid activities like bull roping and mechanical bull rides.
Belmont Mansion on Belmont Boulevard in Nashville is free this Sunday
only from 1 until 4. It's rare, so get out and enjoy it.
As always, share your money saving ideas with me on Facebook and Twitter.
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