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Lift Your Spirits While Keeping The Ones You Love Healthy

If you’re wondering how you can lift your spirits while keeping your loved ones healthy, it’s easy! No, it’s not by exercising, albeit, exercise is always good, and it does lift your spirits, but what we are referring to is much easier, and even more fun. Shop! That’s right, shop! After a gloomy, dull winter, this time of year is perfect for lifting your spirits by shopping. But, how does shopping keep your loved ones healthy, you may be wondering. That’s easy, too! When you purchase the Shop With Heart Card (SWHC) for a minimum donation of $50, and use it at participating restaurants and retailers, 100 percent of the proceeds go to the American Heart Association (AHA).

How It Works

You’re not only lifting your spirits by shopping, you are also lifting your spirits by saving, and helping others! With the SWHC you can enjoy two great ways to save at hundreds of participating retailers and restaurants in Houston and the surrounding areas. This is annual 10-day spring event that takes place April 28th to May 7th, 2017. By using the SWHC at participating retailers and specialty businesses you will receive:

  • 20% off regularly priced merchandise
  • The choice of a complimentary appetizer or dessert with purchase of an entrée at participating restaurants

Who It Helps

Everybody wins when participating in the Shop With Heart Card annual spring event including:

  • You
  • Participating merchants
  • Underwriters
  • Sponsors
  • Everyone in between!

One Card. Ten Days. Thousands of Lives Saved!

During our 10-day event, cardholders enjoy 20 percent off regularly priced merchandise at participating retailers and the choice of one complimentary appetizer or dessert with purchase of an entrée at participating restaurants across the Greater Houston area. With the help of our generous underwriters and sponsors, 100 percent of the proceeds benefit the American Heart Association whose mission is to build healthier lives, free of cardiovascular disease and stroke, the #1 killer of men and women in the United States