VICA Members: 25% off at Mark's Work Wearhouse Thursday, September 20th

Preferred clients, including VICA Members, get early access to Mark's 3-Day Storewide Sale from Friday, September 21 to Sunday, September 23rd! 

Receive 25% off at Mark's and shop a day in advance of the public. Just show your VICA/Mark's Member Discount Card on September 20th to receive the store discount.

Don't have a VICA/Mark's Member Discount card? Swing by our office in Victoria or Nanaimo, prove your place of work (at a VICA member company), and we will give you a stack for you and your crew.

Mark's Commercial  - Sale!


Victoria: 530 Chatham Street #1 (map)
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Victoria: 777 Royal Oak Drive, 210 Broadmead Village
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Nanaimo: 4595 Uplands Drive
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Happy shopping!

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