It’s back-to-school time for all ages, and teachers have been busy readying their classrooms for the new school year. Due to tight budgets all around, many teachers find themselves without much money with which to buy classroom supplies. Most schools pass along this responsibility to parents in the form of classroom supply lists, but sometimes there are things that would be great to have that don’t quite make the list of necessities. If, after you’ve gotten everything on your child’s list, you find yourself with a little extra in your own budget, here are a few items your child’s teacher would likely appreciate!
Somerset Collection opened the pop-up store during the World Series to offer fans and visitors a handpicked selection of iconic Detroit gifts from the popular Troy store. Items such as Detroit-branded apparel, books, art, famous food and beverages, and even Fathead wall graphics are available for purchase.
Not only would you be bringing a smile to your gift recipient’s face, you’d be doing a good deed while you’re at it. A percentage of the proceeds from merchandise sales at The Detroit Shoppe will be donated to the Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries.
Located at 1261 Woodward Ave., between Grand River/State and Gratiot in downtown Detroit, the shop will be open 12 p.m. – 9 p.m., Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Parking is available across the street in the Premier Parking Garage and at the Compuware Garage. For more information, please call The Detroit Shoppe at Somerset Collection at (248) 816-5470, or visit TheSomersetCollection.com.