Music & Arts National Warehouse Blowout Sale

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9TH, 2PM – 8PM

For the first time, sixteen Music & Arts warehouses will be open to the public across the US. Score open-box brand-name instruments, accessories, and sheet music extremely cheap! From student band gear and orchestral strings, to unique instruments not usually carried in their stores, now’s the time to shop.

To find a warehouse location near you or preview the warehouse inventory list, RSVP at www.MusicArts.com/WarehouseSale.

“If your school is on a shoe-string budget or you are stretching your funds, this is a great opportunity to scoop up school instruments at rock bottom pricing,” says Music & Arts National School Services Director Brian Wilson.  Renier Fee, director of marketing, adds, “The inventory is so deep and wide-reaching, we are confident that any musician will walk away with a bargain. But, you must show up early because these warehouse items are on a first come, first serve basis.”

About Music & Arts

The first Music & Arts, run by founder Benjamin O’Brien, opened in 1952 and was located in a small house in Bethesda, MD. Today, Music & Arts now has more than 500 retail and affiliate locations, 120 educational representatives, and teaches over 1.5 million lessons per year, making it the nation’s largest school music retailers and lesson providers. Now based in Frederick, MD, the company of trained musicians offers friendly service for everything musical in your life including instruments, lessons, rentals and repairs. Visit www.MusicArts.com for more information.

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