Chattanooga Boutique Warehouse Sale And Benefit For Connor Pullen Foundation Is Aug. 21-23

Thursday, August 7, 2014

The upcoming Chattanooga Boutique Warehouse Sale and Benefit will take place from Aug. 21-23 at Stratton Hall, 3146 Broad St.  The event supports the Connor Pullen Foundation and patrons can save up to 90 percent on designer clothing, shoes, jewelry and accessories from Chattanooga boutiques. 

The benefit sale will take place on Thursday, Aug. 21, from 5-8 p.m. Tickets may be purchased at the door for $15.  The 1885 Grill will provide catering, and prize giveaways will be made throughout the evening (must be present to win). All ticket proceeds go directly to the Connor Pullen Foundation. Patrons are also welcome and encouraged to donate to the Foundation throughout the Warehouse Sale Weekend. 

Established in honor of Connor Pullen who was named as one of TC Thompson’s “Miracle Children 2014,” the Chattanooga-based Connor Pullen Foundation is dedicated to advancing public awareness of prenatal and pediatric respiratory health, the quality of life for children affected by respiratory disease, and research focused on treatment of pediatric diffuse lung disease. For more information on the Foundation, visit http://www.theconnorpullenfoundation.org/ 

The Chattanooga Boutique Warehouse Sale will continue on Friday and Saturday, Aug. 22-23, from 10 a.m.-6 p.m.  Admission is free for these days. 

Boutiques participating include Frankie & Julian’s, the Fitting Room, Embellish, Cotton & Twine, Jonesy Wood, Honey Penny, LulaRuth, R.Canady Jewelry, Paisley Petunia, Sash, Bugs & Kisses, Merch Northshore, Biddy, Plum Nelly, Simply Chic, Owasa Skin Care, Its Off the Rack, Josie Boutique, Southern Charm, Studio 6, Southern Sheek, N2 Shoes, Unique Selections, Iron Horse Designs, Southern Sweet, Adjective, Jollys Jewelry, Jess’s Dresses and Heart by Ann Harrell.

For more information on the sale, visit https://www.facebook.com/BoutiqueWarehouseSale.


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