We're excited to work with VYPE Magazine on the Houston Sports Mom of the Year Contest. If the contest is well-received, we might even look into expanding it nationally
Houston, TX (Vocus) October 21, 2010
Charming Charlie, a Houston-based women’s fashion accessories company, has partnered with the Houston division of VYPE Magazine, a publication devoted to high school sports, to host a Houston Sports Mom of the Year contest. Three winners will be honored with a $300 gift card to Charming Charlie as well as be featured in a two-page spread in VYPE’s December issue.
“We’re excited to work with VYPE Magazine on the Houston Sports Mom of the Year Contest. If the contest is well-received, we might even look into expanding it nationally,” stated Patty Fadhouli, Charming Charlie Director of Marketing.
Contest applications must be received by November 20, 2010. There is no purchase necessary to enter the contest. Winners will be chosen on November 22, 2010 by a selected panel of judges from VYPE magazine. Visit ourfieldhouse.com/contests for the Houston Sports Mom of the Year contest application and for terms and conditions.
About Charming Charlie
Founded in Houston, Texas in 2004, Charming Charlie, awarded "Hot Retailer of 2010", from the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), is a fashion accessory boutique that has been delighting women of all ages since 2004. Through a unique blend of fun, style, color and affordability, Charming Charlie helps shoppers pull together their look through the key finishing touches – earrings, necklaces, bracelets, handbags, scarves, belts ... in a fun, boutique environment.
About VYPE Magazine
VYPE is a national syndicate of locally owned and published magazines and owns nearly 30 online properties all providing unprecedented access to the high school athletic community on the local and national level. Currently, VYPE has a circulation of 265,000 issues per month and reach over 1.1 million people through 14 locally published magazines. Each month, VYPE and its properties feature all that is high school sports from the individual athlete to the extended community of coaches, families and fans. Each local publication focuses on local schools, teams and talent, providing in-depth, locally generated coverage about what makes high school sports an integral part of each community. For more information, please visit vype.com.
Director of Marketing
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