A Sneak Peek at Sweet Salvage's "Summer Loving" Sale This Weekend

In April, Sweet Salvage owners, Kim Rawlins and Katie Hobbs were all set to reveal a sweet secret at their Salvaged Secrets sale.

And for those of you that weren't able to make it out to the Destination Found event in May, that secret involved a new (but very nearby) location, complete with substantial space, a generous checkout counter with not one, but four cashiers, and best of all, air conditioning.

This month, as Sweet Salvage debuts its Summer Loving sale, it's inviting fans to comment on one of all of their many summer-themed Facebook posts for a chance to win early access to the store tomorrow. (15 minutes to shop and explore while the rest of the junk drunk public waits patiently for the doors to open).

Winners will be selected at 4pm this afternoon, so interested shoppers should act fast.

To add even further enticement to this month's sale, Sweet Salvage has invited Mama's Dogs to visit the store on Thursday and Saturday offering, refreshments and lunch to fuel salvage shoppers.

If you're unable to make it to this Summer Loving event, don't worry These sales occur on the third Thursday through Saturday of each month, with new themes shaping the direction of their finds each time.

Next month's theme? Now Showing. Vintage vignettes and antique film finds.

Following that, Sweet Salvage will be celebrating their birthday in August with Let Them Eat Cake, a French fuelled display of salvaged treasures.

So mark your calendars, set your alarm, and enjoy this photo sneak preview into tomorrow's sale:

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