Businesses at the Sticks Center in Midtown are working together to boost sales during construction of the Virginia Street Project. The businesses are holding a joint super sale on Saturday, February 2 from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. to encourage the community to continue to support Midtown businesses.
“The community has done a great job of supporting our businesses during construction and we want everyone to continue coming to Midtown,” said Katherine Bock, owner of Sierra Belle Boutique. “Your support keeps us going during construction and we hope to see everyone on Saturday at our super sale!”
The following retail businesses are participating and offering clothing sales, bath and body product sales, and furniture and decoration sales from 25% to 75% off:
– Transcend Interiors
– Sierra Belle Boutique
– Dragon Fly Bath and Body
– Nomad Boutique
– Hello Yoga
Savvy shoppers who visit the retail locations and present their receipt from one of the above-mentioned businesses at the following restaurants will also receive these discounts:
– Two Chicks – 10% off purchase from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
– Mari Chuy’s Mexican Kitchen – 10% off purchase from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
– Basik Acai – Discounted Super Bowls
– Whispering Vine Whispering Vines – $5 greyhounds, $5 screwdrivers, and $3 mimosas from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. (Sticks location only)
As part of the Virginia Street Project, the project team has temporarily added more than 80 parking spots to the Midtown area during construction to support businesses. Many of these parking spots are within the construction zone, near Sticks center.
“The RTC is committed to providing support to Midtown businesses during construction,” said RTC Executive Director Lee Gibson.
Customers can also take advantage of the project team’s Lyft discount to Midtown. Anyone riding Lyft can use the code RAPID to save 50% off a trip to Midtown, up to $10 off.
About the Virginia Street Bus RAPID Transit Extension project:
This more-than-$80-million investment in our community will create connectivity between Midtown Reno and the University of Nevada, Reno (UNR), and will support economic development, enhance safety, and improve livability in the corridor.
The project addresses critical transportation needs including improving transit operations by extending the Virginia Line RAPID transit service to UNR, correcting ADA sidewalk deficiencies, improving traffic operations and beautifying the corridor. Up to 300 trees will be added to the corridor as part of the project.
The project is funded with fuel tax revenue, federal and private funds.
For more information on the project, transit stops, construction operations, business-support opportunities and more, please visit VirginiaStreetProject.com, text Virginia to 797979, or join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.