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Concierge Service Promises More Time in Your Day

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OWENSBORO, Ky. (11/4/13) - What would you do if you had more time?

In a recent Huffington Post poll, 36 percent of people polled would relax if they had an extra hour in their day. If you made time to relax, do your favorite activities, or simply not have to rush around to your next destination, do you think your life would run smoother?

This is the question that Time For You Concierge and Events answers with a stern, “YES”.

Time For You, which held its ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday with the Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce, promises to do anything and everything you don’t have the time or ability to do. They run errands, deliver food, and even give a helping hand in your life’s most important events.

“Nothing is too big or small,” owner Tabatha Sims said.

Weddings and anniversary parties are just a few of the events that Time For You can help you with, whether it be setting up and taking down, or simply running stressful day-of errands.

Time For You is also a good resource for the older generation. They specialize in errands like grocery shopping, pharmacy drop-offs and pick-ups and also specific favors for housebound seniors.

For more information, Click Here.

Taylor Riley
SurfKY News
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