We have our WINNERS! Portage Lumber would like to congratulate Jeremiah Angell of Portage and Suellen Peterson of Endeavor for being our two $500 2018 Spring Shopping Giveaway winners! We thank everyone who entered and participated in our shopping giveaway. We are already looking forward to the next one.
Congratulations to our two 2017 $500 Spring Shopping Spree WINNERS: Gail Johnston of Baraboo and Mark Schroeder of Portage. Thank you to everyone who participated in our Shopping Spree this time.
It’s TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK and we would like to extend a great big THANK YOU to all of our local teachers and staff! Bring in your school ID & receive 10% OFF* your purchase 5/4-5/8/15.
*some restrictions apply – please see store for full details.
Join the Shop Small movement this year and save as you shop on Small Business Saturday, November 29. Small Business Saturday was launched in 2010 by American Express. It was started to encourage people across the country to support small, local businesses during the holiday season and year round. In order to help encourage individuals to SHOP SMALL during the holiday season, American Express is giving shoppers a $10 credit on their statement every time they make a qualifying transaction. To qualify for the credit, shoppers must start by registering any eligible American Express card at any time from November 16 until November 29, 2014. For more information on how to register your card, what small businesses qualify, and any other details on how to receive your $10 credit(s), please visit www.ShopSmall.com.
It’s time to join the movement; help support your community & save money while doing it!
According to the American Red Cross, once a fire starts you have only TWO MINUTES to escape safely. Making sure you and your loved ones are knowledgeable in fire prevention as well as prepared in case you are faced with a fire is crucial for your safety.
Below are some informative websites to help keep you up to date on fire prevention and safety tips. Share this information with your friends, family, neighbors and loved ones. Make a plan and practice it. You can never be too safe when it comes to dealing with fire.
http://www.sparky.org/ (great site for children!)