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Presidents Day Sales in Cartersville, Online

A number of local stores are offering discounts and special deals as Cartersville City and Bartow County students get two days to a week off for winter break.

While most holiday sales began Friday, they will continue through today, Presidents Day, which begins a two-day break for Cartersville City Schools students and a whole week off for students of the Bartow County system.

Take advantage of holiday deals, including the following at local stores and online:  

Kohl's
Take an additional 30, 20 or 15 percent off everything; sale on men's wear; 40 to 50 percnet off various brands, including Elle and Rock & Republic; and get free shipping using your Kohl's card online with the code: LUV2BMVC

Belk
Save up to 70 percent off select clothing, shoes and accessories for the entire family with discounts and doorbuster sales that end today. Get an extra 15 percent off sale purchases, with exclusions, by printing the coupon or shopping online and using the code: 51135872.

Walmart
Nearly 200 items included in the mass retailer Presidents Day sale are available for up to 51 percent off through Monday, including electronics, housewares and recreational equipment. Site-to-store pickup, which is available for most merchandise, is free, as is shipping on some online orders.

If you own or manage a Cartersville business, tell potential customers about your Presidents Day sale in the comments!

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