Now that the summer season is officially here, we wanted our fans to be able to celebrate the season with big savings on their favorite swimwear.
Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) June 24, 2014
Hapari International has announced its biggest sale of 2014 — 60% off all swimwear items storewide.
Starting Monday, June 23, customers can take 60% off regular and sale priced items during Hapari’s Summer Savings Sale. The promotion includes regular and plus size swimwear, maternity swimwear as well as new arrivals — including Hapari’s newly introduced Hooded Cover-Up Wrap and Oversized Beach Towel.
“Now that the summer season is officially here, we wanted our fans to be able to celebrate the season with big savings on their favorite swimwear,” said Tasha Curry, who leads Hapari’s design and marketing teams. “Our fans have really loved our ‘Deal of the Day’ sales we’ve have over the last few months, but this is your chance if you’ve been waiting for a particular style or print. This is a huge sale — from items in our brand new 2014 collections to our sale priced items, there is something for everyone.”
At Hapari, they believe that a woman should never sacrifice style for a great fit. And designing distinctively beautiful swimwear to fit real women has been the core of our mission since we were founded in 2005. In the coming months, Hapari plans to introduce new categories of business including fitness wear and beach accessories such as towels and flip flops.
Hapari’s Summer Savings Sale is valid at http://www.hapari.com as well as in our American Fork and Kaysville retail locations.
About Hapari International, LLC : Hapari Swimwear with offices in Phoenix, Ariz., is in its ninth year of business selling swimwear for the everyday woman. Hapari is an international designer and branded manufacturer of swimwear. Hapari focuses on selling fashionable and trendy tankinis, bikinis and one-pieces for women of all sizes. In addition to its online store, Hapari has retail locations in Kaysville and American Fork, Utah. Additional retail locations are planned for the Phoenix metro in 2014.