Free Friday: A Free Watch for Graduates, Free Skin Cancer Screenings and a Web Exclusive for Teachers!

Posted at 9:44 AM, Jun 21, 2013
and last updated 2013-06-21 09:44:49-04


Each week we tell viewers what they can get for free. This week’s free list: 1) A Free Watch for Graduates  2)Free Skin Cancer Screenings  3) Web Exclusive for Teachers!

Come join in on the fun at National Wholesale Liquidators in Flushing, NY by celebrating our 2013 graduates!  On Friday, June 21st beginning at 12pm, the first 40 graduates who come into our Flushing location only will receive a free watch as our gift to you!

National Wholesale Liquidators is a one stop shop where you can pick up all of your favorites from A-Z and save anywhere from 50-70% off of department store pricing!  We have discounts for everyone with our merchandise ranging from appliances, furniture, toys, food, electronics, clothes and more!

National Wholesale Liquidators
Queens / Flushing
7101 Kissena Blvd.
Flushing, NY-11367
Tel. 718 820-8727

Other Store Locations:
Brooklyn / Bay Parkway 2201 59th Street Brooklyn, NY-11204 / Tel. 718 307-0007
Queens / Long Island City 35-00 48th Street/Tel. 718 389-3311
Bronx / Co-Op City 691 Co-Op City Blvd. Bronx, NY-10475 / Tel. 718 320-7771
Long Island / West Hempstead 111 Hempstead Turnpike West Hempstead/Tel. 516-485-7900
New York / Yonkers 798 Central Park Ave. Yonkers, NY-10704 / Tel. 914 377-4800
New York / Middletown 128 Dolson Ave. Middletown, NY-10940 / Tel. 845 343-1111
New Jersey / Jersey City 321 Route 440 Jersey City, NJ-07305 / Tel. 201 434 4650
New Jersey / Lodi 370 Essex Drive Lodi, NJ-07644 / Tel. 201 368-8000
New Jersey  / International Food Warehouse 370b Essex Street Lodi, NJ-07644 / Tel. 201 368-8000
Massachusetts / Dorchester 725 Morrissey Blvd. Dorchester, MA-02122 / Tel. 617 929-3790


FREE SKIN CANCER SCREENINGS along with sunscreen for attending.

JUNE 21ST & JUNE 22ND from 11AM-7PM

WHAT: La Roche-Posay is hosting ‘Parasols of Protection,’ a FREE event to promote the importance of sun safety, on June 21st & June 22nd from 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. The ‘Parasols of Protection’ event will feature an art installation of suspended umbrellas over Madison Square Park, (these umbrellas are a part of a huge art installation that can be seen today and tomorrow) offer FREE skin cancer screenings by doctors from the Women`s Dermatologic Society, provide FREE sunscreen, and include an interactive digital wall with a photo station where users can personalize a parasol backdrop and email images to share their experience with others.

ALSO: Appearances by New York Yankee, Brett Gardner and a Special Celebrity Guest.

WHERE: Madison Square Park (Triangle North: 23rd Street between 5th Avenue and Broadway) Subway N, R

WHEN: Friday, June 21st and Saturday, June 22nd from 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.



web exclusive for teachers

EVENT: “Teachers Night Out: A Free End of the School Year Dance Party For Teachers”
DATE: Friday, June 21st
TIME: 6 – 11pm
VENUE: Element Night Club (225 E Houston Street, NYC )
COST: Free!
ABOUT THE PARTY: On June 21st, New York City teachers are invited to attend ‘TEACHERS NIGHT OUT,’ a free teachers-only dance party to celebrate the end of the school year at Element night club ( on the Lower East Side. ‘Teachers Night Out’ was organized by Jason Gordon, who simply wanted to say thank you to his wife, a teacher, her colleagues and the rest of the amazing educators in New York City. Working with the great people at Element, the club enthusiastically volunteered to open its doors for a very special after-school dance party on June 21st, where teachers could celebrate the end of another amazing school year. Teachers will be treated to a free dance party where DJ Matte (Resident DJ at Pianos and Gin Palace) will be spinning everything from Top 40 hits to 80`s and 90`s favorites.  Jason Gordon is an account director at PKPR where he has represented many great New York City organizations, including Arts Brookfield, Internet Week New York, and Fractured Atlas. He has also led media campaigns for the Knight Foundation, Public Radio Exchange, Lifebeat: Music Fights HIV, and Benevolent. Previously, he worked in publishing where he led campaigns for Barack Obama`s Dreams From My Father and Alex Kotlowitz` Never A City So Real. He was also the creator of SiriusXM`s Blog Radio and Product Shop NYC, which the Village Voice named ‘Best Local Music Blog’ in 2004.