Centerstone Launches New Spring 2010 Giving Card Season

Card Allows Shoppers to Save 20 Percent on Purchases at 80 Leading Local Retailers and Restaurants Between March 3-14, 2010

All Proceeds Provide Mental Health Services for Children and Families

Nashville, Tenn. – Centerstone today announced the launch of its new Spring 2010 Giving Card season. The $50 Giving Card allows people to help children and families throughout Middle Tennessee while saving 20 percent at 80 top retailers and restaurants from Wednesday, March 3 through Sunday, March 14, 2010.

The spring shopping season is the continuation of Centerstone’s 2009-2010 Giving Card campaign, which began last October. This year marks the first time the Giving Card campaign has extended over two shopping seasons.

Chairmen of the 2009-2010 Giving Card are Margo Fort Hall and Laura Roberts.

“We are thrilled to launch the Centerstone Giving Card’s first springtime shopping season, which offers supporters the chance to save big on the latest spring fashions,” said Fort Hall and Roberts. “Now, people can use their Giving Card in fall and spring and shop for a cause, while knowing the card’s proceeds are supporting the community.”

The Giving Card will give shoppers the chance to save on the latest spring fashions, antiques, home furnishings, floral arrangements, bridal wear, gift items, jewelry, cosmetics, books, spa and salon treatments, fine meals and children’s toys. As always, all proceeds from the sale of the Giving Card will go toward providing mental health services for children and families in Middle Tennessee.

Shoppers who purchased a Giving Card for the October 2009 shopping week may also use their card for the spring 2010 season.

A full list of Giving Card retailers is below. Retailers where the Giving Card may be purchased are indicated with a heart (?):

Auld Alliance Gallery ?

b. wilker & co. ?


Belle Meade Framers and Gallery
Belle Meade Gardener
Belle Meade Premium Cigars

Belk (Cool Springs/Franklin)
The Beveled Edge ?

Caldwell Collection ?

Cindi Earl Fine Jewelry


Cosmetic Market ?

The Cotton Mill Collection

The Cotton Mill Lifestyles

Custom Embroidery

Davis-Kidd Booksellers

Dermess Renewal

Designer Finds
Draper Jewelry Company
Dulce Desserts


Escape Day Spa and Salon


FABU Event Décor

Firefly Grille
F.M. Allen

The French Shoppe

Gabriel’s Garden

Green Hills Framers
Gus Mayer

HeyDay ?
Ibiza Fine Gifts ?

Ivey on Main
J. McLaughlin

Jackson Press Booksellers

Katy’s Hallmark
King Jewelers

Las Maracas Restaurant

Le Creuset
Levy’s Clothier for Men and Women ?

The Little Antique Shop

Lulu ?

Lumen Lamps

Macke’s Restaurant ?

Margi’s Chair and Chair Alike

Main Street Toy Company
Manor ?

Marymount Plantation Antiques and
Monkee’s of Nashville ?

N2skin ?

Nashville Clothing Company ?

Ooh! la la Boutique and Jewelry

The Oxford Shop

Pastiche ?

The Paper Place

The Perfect Pair

PoPo Cool Kid Stuff

POSH Boutique ?

Private Edition ?

Rebecca’s Furniture and Design ?


Savannah Tea Company ?

Scarlett Begonia


Shindigs & Celebrations
Snap Tweens and Toddlers ?
Sport Seasons

Stacy Rhodes Boutique

Stuart Weitzman

Summer Classics
Sweet CeCe’s Frozen Yogurt & Treats ?

Swoozie’s ?
Textile Fabrics

Therapy Systems ?

two elle

Vue Optique

Ward-Potts ?

You’re invited ?

2009-2010 Giving Card sponsors include CapStar Bank, Belk, The Lipman Group/Sotheby’s International Realty, Seigenthaler Public Relations, The Print Authority and nFocus magazine. To order a 2010 Centerstone Giving Card and learn more, visit www.centerstone.org/givingcard or call 615-463-6646.

About Centerstone
Centerstone, a not-for-profit organization, has provided a wide range of mental health and addiction services to people of all ages for more than 50 years. Through more than 60 facilities and 170 partnership locations across Middle Tennessee, Centerstone serves more than 50,000 children, adolescents, adults and seniors each year. Centerstone is accredited by The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). For more information about Centerstone, please call 888-291-4357 or explore our website: www.centerstone.org