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Posted on: January 19, 2018

[ARCHIVED] City selling 50th Anniversary & Love Sterling Heights apparel in honor of golden anniversary

As part of its 50th Anniversary celebration, the City of Sterling Heights is now selling apparel and promotional items.

The merchandise will be on sale for the entire duration of 2018 for anyone interested in supporting the City’s golden anniversary.

The City developed two apparel styles — “50th Anniversary” and “Love Sterling Heights” for those interested to choose from. Items available include:

•Polos (men’s and women’s)
•Fleece ¾ zip up
•Commemorative pin
•Coffee mugs
•Pint glass
•Water bottle
•Reusable drinkware
•Drawstring bag
•Fleece blanket

The items are available for purchase both online and at the Community Relations Department at City Hall. Additionally, the items will be on display and available for purchase at all City events throughout 2018.  If residents choose to purchase online, they have the option to pick-up their purchase at City Hall without paying shipping costs.
Community Relations Director Bridget Kozlowski said she hopes current and former residents, members of the community will wear the apparel throughout 2018, especially at events, to help the City celebrate 50 years.

“This is such an exciting year for Sterling Heights — and the apparel is just one more way for residents to show their excitement for the golden anniversary,” Kozlowski said.
The apparel is available for purchase at the City’s online store here: Anyone with questions about purchasing apparel or merchandise can call the Community Relations Department at (586) 446-2470.

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