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Real Deals opens

Kristen Simek invites you to check out Real Deals. - Photo submitted
Kristen Simek invites you to check out Real Deals.
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I am excited to bring fabulous home decor at true warehouse pricing to Cranbrook! After stopping by my sister-in-law’s new Real Deals store in Lethbridge, I started thinking about bringing the Real Deals franchise here. We will be the second store to open in Canada! If you’re looking for clocks, mirrors, lamps, fine art, metal wall art, garden decor, spring & seasonal decor, candles, kitchen & bath decor & much more -- you won’t find a better value or selection anywhere in Cranbrook!

I am a busy mom to three primary aged children.  I have been a PAC mom at their school for years and have enjoyed my involvement in helping coach various teams my kids have been on.  I have a Bachelor of Arts degree and have worked on and off in the Human Services sector for 20 years but have primarily been a ‘stay at home mom’.  However, I have always been drawn to entrepreneurial endeavors.

I love working with people and I am excited to bring the Real Deals franchise to Cranbrook .

Be sure not to miss a Thursday or Saturday at Real Deals because our inventory changes weekly.  Whether you’re decorating for yourself; you’re an interior designer, or your friends call on you to help make their home interiors more beautiful, we have what you need here at Cranbrook’s Real Deals on Home Decor! We are open Thursday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The reason only two days a week? Well because it keeps our overhead low, and we can pass the savings on to YOU.

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