Local pet supply Store Two Bostons to host grand opening May 22

  • Two Bostons in Glen Ellyn has thousands of fun toys, treats, chews, and more for dogs and cats.

    Two Bostons in Glen Ellyn has thousands of fun toys, treats, chews, and more for dogs and cats. Courtesy of AdreAnne Tesene

 
 
Updated 5/14/2021 10:07 PM

On May 22, Two Bostons is celebrating the opening of their newest store, located in Glen Ellyn at 926 Roosevelt Road.

Guests can enjoy games, prizes, raffles, photos, and even a free swag bag worth $120 or more for the first 150 people who make a purchase of at least $49. Doors open at 9 a.m.

 

To keep things fun and safe for everyone, masks must be worn in-store and social distancing guidelines must be followed. Well-behaved dogs are welcome to join in on the fun as long as they remain on standard leashes for the duration of the event.

Two Bostons has been family-owned since its start in 2005 by founders AdreAnne and Andy Tesene. Customers can look forward to a huge selection of top-notch food, toys, treats, collars, and more for their dogs and cats, as well as complimentary nutrition consultations for their pets.

Two Bostons also has a "Free Food Faster" program, of buy 10, get 1 free on all bags of food. Delivery and curbside pickup options are available, as well as 24/7 shopping online at twobostons.com.

Two Bostons is known for their excellent customer service and friendly team, and regularly hosts free community outreach events, including food drives for local animal shelters. Patrons are encouraged to bring their well-behaved pets when visiting.

Since their opening, they have helped over 100,000 families learn how to keep their pets happy and healthy with a range of high-quality products. They closely follow a set of core values, the biggest of which is that they would never stock anything they wouldn't give to their own pets. They also have stores in Naperville, Wheaton, Geneva, and Burr Ridge.

Visit twobostons.com/glen-ellyn/.

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