As the RIHI remote team prepares what is sure be very spooky costumes for the weekend, they are also ready to visit two events new to our schedule. Once you’ve recovered from your sugar induced trick-or-treating candy coma you can venture out to find us at the Providence Place Mall and the Crowne Plaza in Warwick. We’ll be offering scary deals during our vests to the Providence Place Market Place and Rhode Island’s first Mind, Body, and Spirit Experience this weekend.
Mind, Body, and Spirit Experience
We’re really looking forward to this one, especially those members of our remote team who fancy themselves fans of the hot yoga. In its inaugural weekend, the Mind, Body, and Spirit Experience promises a variety of exhibits, showcasing how all of us can relax the mind, restore the body, and renew the spirit. Who couldn’t use a little overall reinvigorating right before the holiday onslaught? This event will open your eyes to many local resources that can enlighten you to healthier eating, living, and overall coexisting with those around you. Of course, if you already consider yourself centered and well-balanced may we suggest you stopping by our booth for a quick tutorial on how Protec replacement windows can center your home’s chi while bringing a deep inner peace to your heating bills. Bring your favorite yoga mat and we’ll see you there!
Providence Place Mall Marketplace
For those of you who are early Christmas shoppers, the Marketplace at Providence Place Mall is definitely something you want to consider. Located on Level 1 at Macy’s Court, The Marketplace will feature fifteen unique vendors promoting their own handcrafted gifts. Perfect for those pesky people who are impossible to buy for, you’ll find a bunch of beautiful gift ideas throughout this exhibit. In fact, swing by our RIHI booth and investigate the gift of a brand new roofing system for your home. Our Protec roofing shingles make great stocking stuffers!
Before signing off for the weekend we’d just like to remind everyone to please be safe tonight. We don’t want to hear about any injuries incurred whilst bobbing for apples, or the like. Happy Halloween!