Tecumseh’s fifth annual garage sales go city-wide May 5-7

Registrations are being accepted at Tecumseh City Hall for residents wishing to participate in the fifth annual Tecumseh city-wide garage sales.The annual event has attracted thousands of out-of-town shoppers and area bargain hunters who take advantage of the three-day sale scheduled this year on May 5, 6 and 7.Registrations to host a garage sale are required. The cost to obtain a permit is $1. For an additional $5, the address of each permit holder will be advertised to assist shoppers in locating sales locations.Township residents are welcomed to participate and can be included in the advertising promotions for $10.A printed flyer will include a map, addresses and days that the sale is taking place at each location. Those participating have the choice of holding their garage sale on any or all of the sale dates. The flyers will be available free of charge at Tecumseh Big Boy, all three Perky Pantry locations, Tecumseh Herald and Tecumseh City Hall.Last year’s event included a total of 175 garage sale participants, according to Sue Sellers, city administrative assistant. For more information, call Sellers or Denine Wells at 424.6544.

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