Thursday, March 3, 2011

Fashionistas Utilize New Deals

"When I first started GLAM Gyrlz, it was as a nationwide blog offering fashion and beauty tips to women all over the United States. After a while I noticed that my most popular posts were those in which I documented a shopping trip around Tallahassee," said Mahogany Butler, founder of GLAM Gyrlz. "Unfortunately, many of our readers could not take advantage of the deals I would find locally, so the idea to build local chapters was born."
GLAM Gyrlz is a social networking site where women around Tallahassee can connect through their passion for fashion. With a membership, there is a discount card that will grant exclusive deals and promotions at different local fashion and beauty businesses.
Nyla Manning, a 26-year-old graduate of Taylor Tech Institute from Defuniak Springs, Fla., said she found out about the business through a friend and decided to get a membership.
"I love to shop and I love a great deal. The rewards of participating with GLAM Gyrlz provide an incentive to both shop and save," said Manning. "You usually hear about discount cards to restaurants and miscellaneous shops. Now we finally have something dedicated to fashionistas."
"GLAM Gyrlz appeals to fashionistas on a budget that are fashion enthusiasts, shoe lovers and cosmetic junkies. Our biggest following seems to be teenagers and college students in the Tallahassee area," said Butler.
GLAM Gyrlz has partnered with ten different businesses that the members can receive discounts from. Some of these businesses are Shoe Lounge in the Governor's Square Mall, Fashion House Boutique and Dons-N-Divas Couture.
"Our business merchants understand the value of being a part of a network that basically puts them right in front of their target market. Many businesses in Tallahassee lack an online presence; GLAM Gyrlz gives them this and so much more," 
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Four Tips for Women Helping Aging Parents

President and CEO of Women & Co., Linda Descano, has four tips to offer women who are thinking of diving into this conversation with their parents:
1. Know where your parents’ important documents are and ensure that they have the three most important documents in place: a living will, a durable power of attorney and a health care proxy.
2. Engage your parents in a discussion, with a financial advisor, to determine: their current assets and income, their current debt and spending (rent or mortgage payments, fees incurred when accessing retirement accounts, etc.), percentage of assets that are liquid, plans for covering medical and care-giving costs (Medicare, long–term care insurance, etc.).
3. Along with a financial planner, determine where they need help. Give your parents’ materials and identifying resources to assist them in addressing any issues.

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