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Hipster Home Needs Your Help

From the Hipster Home email list:
Hipster Home will be featured on the TV Show FYI Philadelphia (ABC 6) and we need customers in the store to help with the shoot. This is your big shot to get discovered........... well, OK, but at the very least you can be on a TV show and help a local business. Tomorrow only (Tuesday 2/23/10) (UPDATE: Shoot will be held on Thursday 2/25/10) at around 12 noon we will be offering a 30% discount on any non-sale items (excludes Gus and Geneva). Not a bad deal huh? We think it's pretty awesome. So if you've been thinking about stopping into Hipster, for any reason, then this is a great opportunity to save some big bucks. Don't miss out!


Anonymous said…
The date has been changed to Thursday 2/25/10 around 12 noon. Hope to see some of you there.

Lindsay & Dave
Hipster Home
Anonymous said…
Good for them. Hipster Home runs a nice business and the owners are always willing to go the extra mile to help you find what you are looking for.
Anonymous said…
The FYI TV shoot went off without a hitch. There were plenty of people there to shop (thank you to everyone that helped out). The show airs Saturday March 6th at 7pm on Channel 6 (ABC) and re-airs on Sunday. Thanks again.

Lindsay & Dave
Hipster Home

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