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Posted on: January 16, 2019

Employee Birthday Credit

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Thanks to the generosity of the Board of Commissioners, all full-time and part-time employees are eligible to receive a $25 credit to Ashlee’s Embroidery OR the Thread Shed to be redeemed during the employee’s birthday month. Below are the steps on how to redeem your credit.

STEP 1

Visit the embroidery shop of your choice during the month in which your birthday falls.  Please Note: January birthdays will have through the end of February to redeem their $25 credit.

  • Ashlee’s Embroidery
    1009 Old W Innes Street
    Salisbury, NC 28144
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  • Thread Shed
    133 S Main Street
    Salisbury, NC 28144

STEP 2

Tell the associate that you are a Rowan County employee and present your ID badge upon request.  Please specify:

  • Whether you would like the County’s logo or if you would like your department’s specific logo (if applicable).
  • Whether you would like the logo to be full-color, white, or black.  Ashlee’s will allow you to choose additional thread colors.
  • Preferred size of the logo (if applicable).

STEP 3

Choose from in-stock items OR place an order from their catalogs. You may order as many items as desired with your $25 credit.

GENERAL INFORMATION

  • Any item ordered through this program must have the Rowan County logo or your department’s logo.  Logos are on file at both store locations.
  • A list of eligible employees will be sent to the stores at the beginning of each month based on page 2 of The Loop. If your name is inadvertently left off the list, please contact David Sifford at 704-216-8174 or by email.
  • Employees must pay any costs above the $25 store credit at the time of order/purchase (if applicable).

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