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Date: October 16, 2013
Time: 4:30 pm - 7:30 pm

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The Vue Charlotte
215 N. Pine Street
Charlotte

Contact: Spark Strategic Ideas
Phone: 919-330-7954
Email: ignite@sparksi.com

Complimentary event including shopping, beverages provided by Red Oak Brewery and live music from duo Leo Clay.
Local vendors include: e2 Emeril's Eatery The Boulevard at South End, Frock Shop, Poprock Photography, Jill Dahan- author Starting Fresh Cookbook, Blis Gift Boutique, Fourth Ward Bread Co.
 
Accepting donations and ìfinishing touchesî benefiting Dress for Success Charlotte.  ìFinishing touchesî are close to new and next to new shoes, purses, scarves and conservative jewelry.
 




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