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DUNCANSVILLE

Staging business now open

Eye Luv Decor is now open for business.

Owned by Sara LaPalme, Eye Luv Decor provides real estate home staging services and helps sellers make their homes “show ready” using the latest design trends to improve the overall look and functionality of individual spaces in and outside the home, which will help the home sell faster, and sometimes at a higher price, according to a press release.

Business hours are 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

The telephone number is 650-7445, and the web site is www.eyeluvdecor.com.

Sheetz unveils contest

Sheetz has unveiled a contest allowing the public the opportunity to win the company’s first-ever Boom Boom Sauce bottles.

Starting this Friday, Sheetz Freakz and customers will have the opportunity to win 16 ounces of Boom Boom sauce and be one of the few to say #IGotBoomBoomed.

To enter to win a bottle, Sheetz freakz and customers can visit www.Sheetz.com/­BoomBoom and enter their registered MySheetz Card number and contact information. Six hundred individuals will be chosen at random to win a free, limited-edition bottle in honor of Sheetz’s upcoming 600th store opening in December.

The contest runs from 12 a.m. Friday to 11:59 a.m. on Dec. 6. To enter and read the rules and regulations, visit www.Sheetz.com/BoomBoom.

McDonald’s supports charity

Local McDonald’s owner/operator Joe Nyanko on Friday presented a check for $11,000 to the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Mid-Penn.

Ten cents from each Minute Maid Frozen Slushie sold in central Pennsylvania earlier this year is being donated. With support from customers across the tri-state area, McDonald’s is donating more than $100,000 to local chapters of RMHC in Erie, Altoona and Pittsburgh.

RMHC of Mid-Penn provides grants to local nonprofit organizations that help children across central Pennsylvania live happier, healthier and more productive lives.

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