The Kitchen Engine, an independent gourmet housewares store located in Spokane, WA, is celebrating 14 years in business and making it safe for customers to participate.
The retailer has extended its annual sale from three to six days. It will be held from September 13 to 18. The Kitchen Engine said it will release half of each of the doorbuster deals on September 13 and the other half on September 16. In addition, the retailer will only be allowing 30 customers in at a time and will require them to wear masks.
It is offering door-buster deals of 50-70% off items and a storewide sale of 20% off. There will also be clearance items marked down up to 70% off and more than $3,000 in door prizes. There will also be treats and manufacturer demos on hand.
Of the event, the retailer posted the following: “We are excited to offer you 6 days of shopping our sale instead of three! Thank you for 14 years of support. Looking forward to 15 and beyond!”
The Kitchen Engine opened in 2006 by husband-and-wife duo, Eric and Nicole Frickle, as well as Eric’s parents, Dan and Vicki Frickle.