A new Deal will be featured everyday through December 24th
(Dec. 9, 2020 – Tampa, Fla.) — CL Deals, Creative Loafing’s half off local online shop, is teaming up with local businesses to give back this holiday season, featuring 12 days of 50% off certificates to local Tampa Bay area businesses with a portion of proceeds benefiting The Laundry Project by Current Initiatives.
How it works: A new Deal exclusive to CL Deals will be featured on cldeals.com each weekday through December 24th. A limited amount of certificates will be available for purchase while supplies last. Certificates will be valid through December 2021.
Featuring Deals by:
• CAMP Tampa
• Daily Eats
• GenX Tavern
• Green Lemon
• Luv Child
• Mise en Place
• Nebraska Mini Mart
• No Vacancy
• Park & Rec
• Sweet Soul St. Pete & Tampa
• Taco Dirty SoHo & St. Pete
• The Avenue
• The Cake Girl
• Water + Flour
• Yoga Loft
The Laundry Project assists lower-income families with meeting a basic need – washing clothes and linens – by turning laundromats into community centers of hope. Laundry fees are paid for while volunteers assist with laundry services and create a caring space at the laundromat. Clean laundry is not just an on-going financial burden for many families due to low income and/or out of work due to the crisis, but is also a contributing factor to health and wellness. The Laundry Project is committed to doing what it can to bolster the health and wellness of families in need by safely providing clean laundry during the COVID-19 pandemic.
For more information on The Laundry Project, visit laundrybycurrent.org
For more information on CL Deals, visit cldeals.com
About Creative LoafingCreative Loafing is an award-winning alternative, weekly newspaper and website committed to providing Tampa Bay with an independent perspective, up-to-the-minute local news, and a comprehensive listing of local happenings. Creative Loafing offers readers’ unique monthly events and CL Deals, a locally focused platform featuring dining and event experiences at half-off their regular price.
Creative Loafing recently launched a donation-based membership group to build a community around readers and supporters at a time that local media across the country has been struggling, and to help underwrite work in the face of the devastating loss of revenue caused by the coronavirus pandemic. In March, CL’s parent company, Euclid Media Group (EMG), announced layoffs at each of its seven newspapers. In Tampa, seven staffers across editorial, production, events and sales were let go. CL’s small, but mighty, team is dedicated to bringing you up-to-the-minute news. To learn more about CL’s donation-based Press Club, visit cltampa.com/supportlocaljournalism