Maiden Minnesota 2012 Supports Local Women-owned Businesses
Join us Oct 26th for this shopping event to benefitProject SUCCESS
Maiden Minnesota 2012 is a celebration of Minnesota-based, women-owned companies. The fun, socializing and charitable shopping event will feature fashion, beauty products, jewelry, accessories, home décor, specialty food items and more made by leading women-owned businesses, as well as help support and raise awareness for Project SUCCESS, a local youth-development organization that works with students to help them develop life skills that can transform their lives.
More than 35 companies will sell their goods to the more than 1,200 people expected to attend. The 2012 participants will offer exclusive sales, as well as donate product towards a silent auction to benefit Project SUCCESS and include (not complete list): Aromi, Ba.da.bling, Belle Vache, Bridget Clark Designs, Cocoa & Fig, Droolin’ Moose, eKate Designs, Epitome Skincare, Esse Reusable Bags, Foat, Gracie’s Pantry, Greenbody Greenplanet, Heim-Made, Illume, Irely &TowelTopper, Jeanne Beatrice, J.W. Hulme Co., Julz, Kedrin, K.H. Designs, Local Motion, MadeSmart, Mayhar Art, Meztiza Designs by Marisa Martinez, Mitra Vahhaj Jewelry, Nelli Designs, Realia by Jen, SBG Designs, Skin Salvy, StormSister Spatique with 3waybeauty, The Plot Thickens, Tru Vintage, Truly Simple Fashion, Urban Junketand Yen Chee Design.
In its sixth year, the event was founded in 2007 by Tracy Dyer of Urban Junket and Jen Stack of Relish Minds PR to raise awareness locally and nationally for the fascinating women-owned companies that have helped make the Twin Cities a hotbed of creativity and great design.
Friday, Oct. 26, 2012
5 – 10 p.m.
The Graves 601 Hotel
601 First Ave. North,
Minneapolis, MN 55403
Tickets: $20 in advance online, $30 at the door and includes one drink ticket. $5 from each ticket goes directly to Project SUCCESS. 200 gift bags are available for sale on the website with an additional $10 donation to Project SUCCESS. More information available at Maiden Minnesota http://www.MaidenMinnesota.com .
The event is open to the public.
About Project SUCCESS
Founded in 1994, Minneapolis-based Project SUCCESS is a youth-development organization that works with 16 Twin Cities schools and 11,600 students over a seven-year period, from middle school through high school, to help them develop life-skills that can transform their lives. Through in-school goal-setting workshops, theater experiences, and special programming/services, students learn to make informed choices and plan for meaningful futures.