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Which Saline Businesses Should We Write About on Patch?

The holiday shopping season is in full swing, and we want to profile a few of our readers' favorite local spots.

Patch is a place where users decide what's important to their community, so why should we tell you which local businesses to pay attention to?

Instead, you tell us.

As many of us spend more money in December than any other month, we want to highlight the great local businesses in Saline. We're asking you to spend the next few days telling us which businesses should be featured in Saline Patch this holiday season.

Here's how:

  • Leave a comment on this article telling us which business (or businesses) you think deserve a feature story in Saline Patch.
  • Post a photo of something awesome you bought (dinner, an accessory, a massage gift certificate) from a Saline business. Do that by clicking the "Upload Photos and Videos" button.
  • Review your favorite businesses in our Patch Places directory.

You have until 11:59 p.m. on Nov. 30 to make your voice heard. Restaurants, services, shops—they're all fair game, as long as they're local.

When all is said and done, we'll take the top 4 vote-getters, dig a little deeper and feature one per week every Sunday in December, starting Dec. 9.

Rose Richards November 29, 2012 at 05:27 PM
Hi Crispin Chevrolet is having a Holiday Event on Dec 20th from 6P -8P. Saline Fiddler's will be performing, get your child's picture with Santa Claus, lots of childs activities including face painting and crafts. There will also be a 50/50 raffle to benefit Saline Fiddler's going to Wales/ UK Tour.
Andrea T. November 30, 2012 at 11:16 AM
I would love to see something about the Saline Farmers Market and Village Party Store.
Theresa M. Wallen November 30, 2012 at 03:14 PM
I would love a story on Benito's! I love the town of Saline and support all local Business's that give back to our Community. I will never forget the fund raiser for the Family's that suffer great losses. Most of all the love that was poured out by so many! I myself being a Saline School Employee can not give enough Praise to our School System. It warm's my HEART that my Son help's our children with Special Needs. Also our Vet's! "Yes Indead", it takes an enitre Community to raise a Child......THANK-YOU SALINE!
Debra Burton December 02, 2012 at 03:17 AM
I own and operate Burton Orofacial Myology, LLC located in the Liberty School Building. I have been opened for over a year and many people in the community still don't know that I'm here. I provide therapy for thumb sucking and other habits, issues with tongue thrusting, tongue-tie, facial muscle imbalance, eating and drinking problems, along with residual effects of mouth breathing. My therapy can also strengthen the tongue and facial muscles to help in clarity, fluency and quality of sound production that aids with speech therapy. Most of my referrals are from Orthodontist, Speech Therapist, ENT, Pedodontist, Pediatricians and Dentist but a referral is not necessary. More information at www.burtonom.com.
Jessica Nunez December 10, 2012 at 03:27 PM
Here's the link to the first story in this series! http://saline.patch.com/articles/accent-jewelers-serving-saline-since-1985

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