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So as a business owner with a brick and mortar Savannah Boutique, it is only natural to make friendships with like-minded people in my area; people who motivate me and inspire me to be better. I found such group with the Savannah Influencers. To summarize, they are a group who give-back to the local Savannah community. They are also big on networking and sharing insights on things they have tested, and would recommend to make the busy person in all of us...well...less busy. Through this group, I have made some amazing friends as well as learned so much more about areas in my community that need our help.

Back in December, while my boutique celebrated 5 years, we were able to assist the Savannah Influencers in reaching a goal for Dwaine & Cynthia Willett Children’s Hospital of Savannah. Just recently, I assisted my dear friend Jessica Mock of Southern Sugaring in her very first #SugarSoltice2017 fashion show which took place at the Brice Hotel. That event drew hundreds and they were able to raise money for Safe Shelter Of Savannah.

So, the reason for this post is because RMC Boutique is at it again! 2017 has been a busy one for us. We have grown in staff, grown in numbers, stay pretty busy online, and of course, in our brick and mortar. Even with all of that, we feel it's time to host more parties. I mean, who doesn't like to party? After all, our location is pretty sweet ;)  This time, we have teamed up with our dear friend Meredith Barfield (fellow SI member) and owner of Tongue In Cheek Chic a lifestyle blog to host a trunk show and show off her cool merch! 

We love showcasing local artists in our boutique. It's one of the many things people love about our Savannah Boutique. It's what makes us, US. Not only will be have awesome unique merch, but a portion of our sales will assist a local family with their service dog needs.

A few weeks ago on our way to NYC, Meredith told me the story of Trinity, a joyful, sweet, friendly little girl who suffers from down syndrome. Their family is hoping to get a service dog for her in order to assist with her anxiety and a few other issues. The cost of the service dog is upwards of $15,000. This is above many peoples means, so if we can help, you better believe we will!

Hope you can all make it, we promise to make it worthwhile and the perfect reason to come out and shop :)

Event details:

Date: July 6th

Time: 5 pm to 8 pm 

Location: RMC Boutique

Facebook Invite: Click Here

First 20 customers will receive a complimentary swag bag <3

Sip & Shop RMC Boutique


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