GRAND REOPENING of Glik’s in Rockford, MI

ROCKFORD,MIOn Friday June 19, 2018, Glik’s re-opened our store located in Rockford, MI! Check out some photos from their first day.

This store is new and improved, with something for everyone and every occasion inside! Be sure to check out Rockford Glik’s!

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GRAND REOPENING of Glik’s in Rockford, MI

TOMS + Glik’s One Day Without Shoes 2013

For the past 3 years Glik’s has celebrated TOMS One Day Without Shoes under the St. Louis, Missouri Arch. The whole Home Office shed their shoes and walked the Arch grounds barefoot. One Day Without Shoes is a special day that Glik’s helps TOMS raise awareness of the impact a pair of shoes can have on a child’s life. This day is for spreading the ONE FOR ONE message!

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We set up outdoor activities, played games, made crafts, shared IMO’s pizza, and passed out goody bags to the public. If you don’t already know, the Midwest weather is fickle and can never decide what climate to relax in. The first two years were bright and sunny, the public was out in the masses enjoying the warmth. Our feet were lucky. Yes, we were barefoot, but we still had the luxury of warmth and soft soil.

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Rain. Cold rain. Lots of it.

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 But we were not alone. Some of our Northern locations had snow.

No complaints, though! Despite the wet and cold, we had fun in our bare feet! Here are a few of our favorite photos from TOMS One Day Without Shoes 2013…

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The day was summed up best by our lovely Area Manager, Susan Juenger…

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Susan went barefoot all day too!!!

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Visit Glik’s on Facebook to see the full One Day Without Shoes 2013 album!

Find us @GlikClick on Instagram too!!!

TOMS + Glik’s One Day Without Shoes 2013

We’re Excited for New Styles from 1897

Our Midwest weather has been quite mysterious lately. Sunny and in the fifties one day, then spewing 7 plus inches of snow –with a high in the lower thirties– on the next. It’s just crazy…

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Dead serious, these photos are only a day apart.

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If we could have it our way, we would tell Mother Nature to make up her mind and just let us have spring (FINALLY)! It’s been a lovely white winter, but now it’s spring’s turn to shine, and we are sooo ready for sun! Unfortunately, that is not the way life works. Boo. Okay, winter may not be ready to leave (just yet), BUT this doesn’t mean that we haven’t been preparing for the sun’s triumphant return.

We’re excited to announce that 1897, our exclusive to Glik’s brand, launched a line of premium tees and tanks for spring/summer.

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The color blocking and horizontal stripe patterns make the new styles of 1897 V-neck tees really pop! Pair these lightweight, cotton/poly tees with a casual pair of denim or flat front shorts for an casual-cool outfit that can be worn day to night.  The color contrast tanks are a summer essential! Made from breathable, lightweight cotton fabric, the 1897 men’s tank will work with any style of boardshorts for water to walking around outfit. Let’s not forget to mention that the prices are super affordable.

1897 short

We’re excited to add several new styles and color ways to our popular, 1897 Flat Front Twill Shorts too! At only $29.90, you can afford to have a couple different colors of this very popular 1897 short!

There is no doubt that warmer weather is on its way, make sure that your closets are ready by visiting us at www.gliks.com.

 

We’re Excited for New Styles from 1897