Whether it's Black Friday or Small Business Saturday, Northeast Cobb Patch has picked out local stores you can check out this holiday season.
Pets. If you're looking for pet gifts, or have everything you need from toys to treats. If your pet requires grooming to beautify for the holidays, try . Need a pet sitter? is at your service. If a kennel suits your pet best, contact .
Books. If there are book lovers on your gift list, you can shop at on Canton Road or visit Barnes & Noble at the Town Center Prado Plaza. If your child has comic books and games like Magic on his/her holiday wish list,has everything you need.
Holiday Scents. 'Tis the season for scented candles and soaps. Peruse the candles and gift sets at on Sandy Plains Road. They have season favorites Vanilla Bean Noel, Winter Candy Apple, and Twisted Peppermint.
Spa Treatments. Who wouldn't love a massage or spa treatment? Gift certificates are available at , and
On Friday, Invigo Day Spa is offering free chair massages, hot chocolate and tea available from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. $50 free gift card with any gift card purchase of $100 or more.
Bling. Who doesn't love a little bling? is your one-stop shop for custom jewelry design, fine jewelry, Citizen Eco Drive watches and PANDORA charm bracelets.
on Canton Road, Atlanta's oldest manufacturer of fine Moissanite jewelry, designs their jewelry in solid 14kt, 18kt and platinum. Dorton Company is well known for their heavy gold settings, fine craftsmanship and legendary quality. They have a selection of watches, including Titanium watches.
Sports. Whether your sports fan likes tennis, shooting, cycling or running, you'll find the perfect gift at one of these local businesses:
- Harrison Tennis Center. Tennis classes make a great gift. Winter Tennis Classes begin the week of Jan. 2. Registration in progress. Classes meet one hour per week (1/2 hour for tots classes) for 6 weeks. $72 ($97 for non-residents). Tots Classes: $36 ($61for non-residents).
- Hunting and shooting:
- Bicycles and gear:
- Running gear: Big Peach Running
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