Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Waxing Poetic Private Parties

Waxing Poetic
Trunk Show
October 1st - 6th
•Order from the new Customized Collection.
•We'll have increased stock from the regular collection for you to see and touch in person
•Extended hours until 7:00 pm on Wednesday, October 3rd
•Plus, we're offering Private Parties all week
We have four evenings currently available during the week of October 1st - 5th for you to gather some friends, meet at Initial Attraction, and partake in some wine and savory snacks (provided by us!) while you shop. The store will be yours to peruse and play with the jewelry at your leisure.

Host a party and you'll receive free jewelry and discounts:
  • $25 in free jewelry money for parties totalling at least $150 in retail sales.
  • 25% in free jewelry money for parties totalling at least $300 in retail sales.
  • 25% in free jewelry money for parties totalling $500 in retail sales or more, plus one item at 50% off (or two items at 50% off for parties totalling $1,000 or more).
  • Plus appreciation points for all monetary purchases.
We'll also make it as easy as possible for you to have a fun evening with friends. Let us know of your interest and we'll walk you through the details.

When we hosted these evening parties last year, everyone kept telling us how fun and easy it was -- they loved that they didn't have to go grocery shopping, clean the house, or prep in any way. All they had to do was show up and have a good time with their girlfriends.  With school having just begun and the holidays fast approaching, there's never been a better time to schedule a fun and stress free evening with friends.

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Congratulations to the winners of our Fall (version 2) Vera Bradley Raffles:

Jan Boven: Tote in Portobello Road
Christie Dando: Tote in Provencal
Kathy Stewart: Tote in Canyon
Aimee Bedard: Private Event for debut of Ribbons on September 20th
Thanks so much to everyone who celebrated the arrival of the new colors and styles!

Did you like the way we handled the raffles this time around? More control over what you win, less work checking to see if you won, but you had to write your name on the tickets -- was it a worthile trade off? We'd love to know!