Wilmington, DE (PRWEB) February 9, 2008
GirlSense.com, one of the largest online communities for tween and teen girls for creating fashion, is having a Valentine's Day "Heart Boutique" contest. Participants will be provided with a special theme kit that contains Valentine themed graphics to decorate their own "E-boutique." Each day new love-related gifts of the day are added to make the virtual boutique even more romantic. Participation is open to all registered users and submissions will be accepted through February 12, 2008.
GirlSense staff will select the top 20 boutiques from all the submissions for open community voting February 14-16, 2008. The winners will be announced on February 17 and the first-place winner will receive a 4GB iPod nano. Second and third place winners will be awarded $50 and $25 gift cards (respectively) to one of the following stores: American Eagle, PB Teens, Amazon or Claire's.
At the heart of GirlSense.com (http://www.GirlSense.com) is an online fashion community where girls can design their own line of clothing, create and advertise their own 'E-boutique", "shop" other boutiques, and interact with real designers who offer their fashions via their own virtual boutiques to GirlSense.com members.
GirlSense members run virtual businesses "buying and selling" clothing to each other from e-boutiques using virtual g-cents money (no actual dollar value). Each boutique is designed by a member as are the virtual fashions that are on display. Once users have created their fashion lines, they can save them in their online boutique and share them with their friends. Additionally, members can set a price for each of their designs that will appear in their e-boutique for others to "purchase", or just display. Popular fashions are purchased frequently lining the designer's piggy bank with lots of g-cents to shop at other boutiques.
StarNet Interactive produces GirlSense and strives to provide members with on-line experiences that are safe, unique, innovative and fun. GirlSense is COPPA compliant (COPPA compliance) requiring site operators to maintain the confidentiality, security and integrity of all members' personal information 12-years-old or younger.
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