New York, NY (PRWEB) December 6, 2007
New York women who've long coveted "Sex and the City" Carrie Bradshaw's trend-setting style but thought they couldn't afford to look that good now have a new place to turn. With its local emphasis on NYC bargains, the recently debuted Found4Less.com is affording budget-conscious Manhattanites a new way of shopping. New York City shopping fanatics who would like to find the latest trends at the greatest prices can do so online at http://www.Found4Less.com.
According to "USA Today," the final episode of "Sex and the City" drew a record 10.6 million viewers, smashing its previous pinnacle of 7.7 million. Fan demand for more is still so high, in fact, that a big-screen version of the show is expected to hit theaters next summer. Among devotees, the largest draw comes from women in the 18-to-34 age bracket. This fan concentration isn't surprising given the series' attention to the latest fashion styles.
Mirela Gluck, Found4Less co-founder and "Sex and the City" follower, caught herself wondering, "How come none of my friends have Carrie's Jimmy Choo shoes or Samantha's fantastic sex?" She then set out about changing that. The result of her efforts is Found4Less.com, a Web site that provides comparison shopping, product advice, information on affordable places and the latest sale locations for New Yorkers and visitors to the Big Apple.
Errol Gluck, the site's other co-founder, is quick to point out, "We don't take money for advertising our affordable places or bargain news. We desire to create a community in which we can depend on our members to provide accurate information. That way, visitors to the site never have to wonder whether we're getting kickbacks to endorse a particular business. They can rest assured that the deals they discover through us are the indeed the very best available."
With its expert advice on everything from apparel, shoes and jewelry to beauty, home gizmos and pet products, Found4Less.com has the shopping aspect covered. But how does the site address the good sex issue? While it can't guarantee Samantha Jones's hot sex life, Found4Less.com does attempt to bring a little sizzle into its browsers' lives with an episodic Webserial titled "Corner Booth." Through the eyes of protagonist Noelle and her partners in crime Roxie, Graciela, Kyoko and Allison, site visitors just might find themselves savoring that same fantasy-world fix that had them riveted to "Sex and the City" each week.
For more information on Found4Less.com's "Sex and the City" influence, contact Mirela Gluck at (212) 599-3193. To see what expert advice and bargains await New York City shoppers, visit the company online at http://www.Found4Less.com.
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