International Day of Happiness - Wear Yellow, Do Good, Get Discounts!

Monday, March 20th is International Day of Happiness!

Join in celebrating International Day of Happiness (aka "IDoH") and help brighten the world by WEARING YELLOW and SHARING RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS!! Tag #IDoH #HappyDay #Happy320 #UMEWE #INTOYellow

For those of you in the Madison, NJ area, wear yellow on Monday and get discounts at the following partner locations:

http://www.intoyellow.com/painting-madison-yellow/

Highlights Include:

Bar Method Madison, 122 Main St.

All clients encouraged to wear yellow for all classes taught on March 20th; portion of proceeds donated to YMCA & UMEWE

Beneath the Surface, 19 Waverly Pl.

Free 10 minute chair massage to anyone wearing yellow on March 20th

Blue Purl, 60 Main St.

Free yellow knitted hearts tagged with messages of inspiration and hope - compliments of the Peyton Project

Cambridge Street Papers, 7 Waverly Pl.

10% of proceeds donated to the YMCA & UMEWE

Chaise Fitness, 132 Main St.

20% off on all class package purchases on March 20th for those wearing yellow

Chef Loryn's, 250 Main St.

10% off for those wearing yellow on March 20th

Cleaners Advantage

20% off the cleaning of all yellow garments March 21-25

Drew University, 36 Madison Ave.

Students wear yellow to support the cause

Fairleigh Dickinson University Federal Credit Union, 12 Main St.

Free gift to those wearing yellow

Gary's Wine & Marketplace, 121 Main St.

Free wine tasting at 'Optimism in Action' reception on March 11 & April 30

Healthy Italia - La buona cucina, 55 Main St.

15% off to anyone wearing yellow (restrictions apply)

Kitts & Co., 6 Main St. (next to Madison Mud)

"$100 off Makes Me Happy" Sale  ($100 off sale of any piece of furniture or fabric) March 11- 25

Madison Area YMCA, 111 Kings St.

The YMCA celebrates International Day of Happiness - Optimism table with educational materials, post-it’s for members to share their “happy mantra” and create wall art, etc.

Madison Health Department, 28 Walnut St.

Will distribute educational health material on March 20th about how proper nutrition and exercise play a role in mental health

Madison PhotoPlus, 40 Main St.

Will donate 5% of sales to YMCA & UMEWE

Madison Public Schools

Will sell 'Optimism in Action' T-shirts to students at all 5 district schools with 100% of proceeds donated to the YMCA & UMEWE; plus school-wide Optimims & INT-O Yellow activations and Mental Health education

Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, 9 Main St.

$1 off admission week of March 20th to those wearing yellow.

Redux, 3 Central Ave.

10% off total bill on March 20th if wearing something yellow and mention "Paint the Town Yellow".

The Rubino OB/GYN Group, 340 Main St., Suite 2

Free gift to all wearing yellow on March 20th

Tons of Toys, 64 Main St.

Will provide 15% off entire purchase (some exclusions apply) for those wearing yellow on March 20th

Waxing the City, 25 Main St.

10% off waxing services; 10% off retail products

Whole Foods, 222 Main St.

$5 off of your purchase of $25 or more for those wearing yellow on March 20th (coupon available in-store)

 


 

Mon, March 20
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Monday, March 20th is International Day of Happiness!

Join in celebrating International Day of Happiness (aka "IDoH") and help brighten the world by WEARING YELLOW and SHARING RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS!! Tag #IDoH #HappyDay #Happy320 #UMEWE #INTOYellow

For those of you in the Madison, NJ area, wear yellow on Monday and get discounts at the following partner ...

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