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Monday, November 16, 2015
Meredith M to Host 2nd Annual Holiday Open House
Meredith M announced today that it will be hosting its 2nd Annual Holiday Open House next Saturday, November 21, 2014 from 2:00 – 7:00 p.m.
On Saturday, November 21, Meredith M will offer special promotions for its customers. Customers who make a purchase will receive a 20% discount on their entire purchase, special presents and free gift wrapping. As an added bonus, our guests will have the chance to preview Holiday 2015 Fashions. Desserts and holiday cheer will be served. The event is open to everyone!
“We are delighted to offer our customers a collection of Holiday party attire that is trend-friendly, versatile and affordable. Many of the designs in our Holiday 2015 Collection are the perfect complement to accessories already found in one’s closet such as a strappy sandal or a great pair of boots and can easily be worn as part of an outfit that seamlessly transitions from day to evening. With only a few minor adjustments such as the addition of a sparkly sweater, a lace blouse, a sleek pant or a fabulous necklace any woman can be ready for the Holiday season. As always, our team of sales specialists is poised to help customers find that perfect item or outfit that suits their style, is appropriate for an upcoming event and can be tailored to their pocketbook,” says Meredith Miller, owner.
Meredith M is a trend-friendly women’s apparel and fashion accessories boutique that also features a selection of gifts and clothing for babies and toddlers. Owners, Meredith and Michael Miller, are committed to filling a void in the local marketplace, to contributing to the local economy and to the revitalization of the North Lake Avenue Corridor.