Town & Country News
31630 Plymouth Road ● Livonia, MI 48150
(734) 425-4344
Providing quality antique, vintage and collectible items since 1992!
Located Behind Eastside Mario's Restaurant
Open 7 Days A Week!   Sunday - Saturday: 11am - 6pm     Friday: 11am - 8pm 
We Proudly Accept  
April  2014
Saving money never goes out of style, especially in this economy. Another way to save money is to take advantage of our layaway program. We were surprised to hear from our customers that many stores charge a service fee in order to put an item on layaway. At Town & Country, there is never any extra charge to use this convenient service. Our layaway program is super easy to use and we want to help you save money! Many customers didn’t realize they could put items on layaway during a sale! 
Take Advantage Of Our Layaway—Even During Sales & Promotions!
Take advantage of our layaway during a sale to lock in a sale price. Or buy that favorite item you see today before it’s gone tomorrow. And then enjoy 30 days to pay for your purchase over time. You can make payments whenever is convenient for you, whether weekly, bi-weekly or just in full at the end of the 30 days. The choice is yours! A small 20% deposit is all that is required to hold that special something. Ask us about it today!
MAY
May 11
Happy Mother's Day
Calendar & Events
It's Rabbit Season! Join us for our Bunny EggStravaganza Event April 10th through April 19th
April 10-April 19 
Bunny EggStravaganza 
Event
Whether searching for that perfect Easter gift or something special for yourself, you're sure to love saving money during our Bunny EggStravaganza Event.

From April 10th through April 19th, you'll save between 15% to 30% off everything storewide (unless marked firm or sale.) And when you spend $10 or more, everyone gets to hunt in our special basket of eggs left by the Bunny himself. Win free gifts, coupons, or gift certificates. Antiques are always in season at Town & Country Antiques Mall. Hop in today!

Antique, vintage, and collectible merchandise is a great way to reduce, reuse, and recycle—not to mention the quality and the craftsmanship of long ago. This year, make a resolution to shop local and help support your small town businesses.
APRIL
2014