Our Fall Open House Sale is coming soon! Join us for great closeout deals on cookware and bakeware as well as cool gadgets. Super prices on food storage! The sale runs from Friday, November 12th through Friday, November 19th. Saturday
The SANE Spring Open House runs from Wednesday, April 7th to Friday, April 16th (not including weekends). Here’s everything we’ve got on sale! More things may arrive over the next week or so, and if they do, we’ll be sure
Recent readers of the Journal-News might have seen their article titled “Home and Garden: Stock up on must-have kitchen tools” (Sunday, November 29, p C5). In it, they recommend a number of “must-have” kitchen tools. The pandemic has caused a
We’re not done with the SANE Fall Warehouse Sale just yet! Pictured below are many of the items on sale this week!
Today we’re starting what will become a recurring thing: “What’s New” Wednesday. Each week (hopefully) Biweekly, Monthly (at least), we’ll be featuring a product that’s new(ish) to SANE. These products will only be available in-store, so if you like what
SANE Closed on Friday, July 3rd SANE will be closed on Friday, July 3rd in honor of our country’s Independence Day! We will re-open as normal on Monday, July 6th.
We know that with kids at home more than normal, parents can sometimes struggle to find things to do. This time is a great time to teach your kids valuable life skills. To help with this, SANE has created a
If you’re looking for a particular fabric, say something with cats or stars, we now have an easy way for you to check with us! Just go to https://www.sanefcs.com/fabriccheck/. We’ll look at what we have and SMS text you pictures
UPDATE: The Ohio Department of Health Order has been extended until Friday, May 1st. Pursuant to an Order from the Ohio Department of Health, SANE will be closing at 4 PM on Monday, March 23rd until Monday, April 6th. At
At SANE, our customers and associates are like family. As such, your health and safety are paramount. We’re keeping an eye on guidance about COVID-19 (frequently called the coronavirus) from federal, state, and local agencies (like the CDC and Ohio