Thursday, July 17, 2008

~Live Well~Shop Often~

Some slogans/catch phrases just stick! There's McDonald's: "I'm lovin it." Grey's Anatomy's "seriously?" And who can forget the original slogan of Wendy's: "Where's the beef?" Or even Motel 6's: "We'll leave the light on!

At Frill Seekers Gifts, the paper dolls, as we girls called ourselves, were continually perplexed in trying to find a slogan/catch phrase to immediately identify with our shop. Seriously! We were stumped. Then the angels sang, the heavens opened and the Hallelujah chorus triumphantly exclaimed the perfect slogan:
The paper dolls sat back and each said, "I'm lovin it!"

Tickled, we quickly added this slogan to our business cards, shirts, order forms and shop doors. It caught on like the old catch phrase from Subway: "eat fresh!" Our slogan was just that, ours, and it was new and fresh! It sums up how the paper dolls feel about life. We all feel better after a productive day of shopping, right? (or at least until the darn postman brings the mail with the bills :)

Shopping at Frill Seekers Gifts in Baytowne Wharf at Sandestin is a relaxing way to well...LIVE WELL! So really ladies, you SHOULD do it often. Fire the "shrink", get rid of the self help books, all you really need to do is: LIVE WELL and SHOP OFTEN at Frill Seekers Gifts. This simple remedy is known world wide or least regionally as being able to solve world issues, such as finding the perfect bag to monogram or scoring FREE engraving silver jewelry items.

Speaking of items, my daughter, Miss Peyton and I just returned from an amazing Market shopping excursion and found our best crop of new and hot items to be personalized from every corner of the country and beyond. Keep an eye on this blog as I will be posting photos of the new offerings soon!

For being a loyal blog reader, it's time you LIVE WELL~SHOP OFTEN: enter the code: BLOG in the Order Notes section of any online order and receive 20% OFF the most expensive item on your order! Don't worry, "we'll leave the light on for you!"

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