Join Us on Facebook Live Today to Win Lucky Shoes Gift Cards!

Back to School shoe shopping couldn’t be easier than shopping at Lucky Shoes in Fairlawn, Ohio – especially if you win a Lucky Shoes Gift Card today during our Facebook Live event!!! We will be giving away two $50 Lucky Shoes gift cards today during our Facebook Live event today at 6pm.

Simply comment or tag a friend during the live event for your chance to win – the more you comment, the more entries you’ll have into the contest!!

Lucky Shoes is an ‘old-fashioned’ shoe store where they have professional fitters on hand to make sure you get the best shoe for your foot. They take time to measure your feet and pressure points to ensure you get the proper shoe. Their one-on-one personal attention sets them apart from any other shoe store in the area.  

Now it is more important than ever to get your child a proper fitting shoe for back-to-school. A proper fitting shoe will last longer which saves you money! Plus, comfortable fitted shoes prevent foot pain and prevents other issues before they even happen like bunions, corns, calluses, blisters, and more.

A great time to shop at Lucky Shoes is next weekend during the Ohio Tax Free Weekend!  Shoes at Lucky Shoes will be tax free Friday, August 3, 2018 – Sunday, August 5, 2018.

Join us today, Saturday, July 28th at 6pm with our Facebook Live event to check out what Lucky Shoes has to offer your family for back-to-school shopping plus your chance to win 1 of 2 Lucky Shoes $50 Gift Cards!!! You’ll receive 1 entry per comment or when you tag a friend! Good luck!

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