CBL Properties partners with Women’s Wear Daily to produce the “Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide”

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., 2017-Nov-23 — /EPR Retail News/ — CBL Properties today announced a strategic holiday partnership with fashion and retail trade publication Women’s Wear Daily (WWD) to produce the “Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide.” CBL curated the gift guide with retailers across CBL’s national portfolio, highlighting some of the most coveted looks and trends for this holiday season. The complete guide is available on WWD’s website and is shoppable in-store across CBL’s portfolio.

“In partnering with WWD to create this gift guide, we are combining digital and physical channels to capture the imagination and engagement of our customers through this unique holiday shopping experience,” said Stephen Lebovitz, President and CEO, CBL Properties. “The guide acts as inspiration for shoppers to find the perfect gift for anyone on their list and also offers the ability to win every single item in the guide. This holiday season for us has been about creating excitement – including closing on Thanksgiving and making Black Friday the focal point of the start of the holiday shopping season.”

Consumers that purchase any of the items from the gift guide can text the word “GIFT” to 47056 and follow the prompts in the reply to be entered to win the entire gift guide* – a $5,000 value. Additionally, 15 second place prizes – one for each one of the looks – will be given out. (*See full contest rules for details.)

Lebovitz concluded, “In today’s challenging retail environment, CBL is stepping up its corporate marketing with innovative programs such as the Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide. We enjoy a strong partnership with our tenants and helping them succeed during the important holiday season is our primary goal with this exciting initiative.”

About CBL Properties
Headquartered in Chattanooga, TN, CBL Properties owns and manages a national portfolio of market-dominant properties located in dynamic and growing communities. CBL’s portfolio is comprised of 119 properties totaling 74.4 million square feet across 27 states, including 76 high-quality enclosed, outlet and open-air retail centers and 12 properties managed for third parties. CBL continuously strengthens its company and portfolio through active management, aggressive leasing and profitable reinvestment in its properties. For more information visit cblproperties.com.

CBL Properties
Stacey Keating, 423-490-8361
Director of Public Relations

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Whole Foods Market kicks off its inaugural “Beauty Week,” March 18-24, to celebrate all things beauty related

From March 18-24, stores will offer events, limited edition beauty bags, facial care sales and more

AUSTIN, Texas, 2015-3-18 — /EPR Retail News/ — Whole Foods Market kicks off its inaugural “Beauty Week,” March 18 through 24, to celebrate all things beauty related. Store Whole Body departments will host events, classes, demonstrations and promotions to inform shoppers about Whole Foods Market’s large selection of quality personal care products and cosmetics that support healthy people and a healthy planet.

“Our beauty department is really growing at Whole Foods Market and we’re excited to spotlight new products and showcase customer favorites in our stores this week,” said Maren Giuliano, executive global Whole Body coordinator.

During “Beauty Week,” all Whole Foods Market locations will offer a limited edition “Hello, Beauty!” bag for $18 (valued at $60), beginning Saturday, March 21, at 10 a.m. local time. Bags are made with 100 percent cotton recycled saris from RIJI Green, a business committed to ending human trafficking. Each beauty bag is filled with six exclusive product samples, including Derma E Microdermabrasion Scrub, Acure Cell Stimulating Facial Mask, Giovanni 2chic Ultra Repair Shampoo, Pacifica Eye Shadow Duo or Lipstick, Trilogy Vital Moisturizing Cream and Gabriel Mascara, plus $5 in beauty coupons.

From March 20 to 22, shoppers can also save 25 percent on all facial care items at Whole Foods Market.

“One thing that really sets us apart in the beauty industry is our standards,” Giuliano said. “Our shoppers know and trust us because we have baseline standards that prohibit 50 ingredients in the products we sell, along with our top-tier standards, called Premium Body Care. When we first launched our premium standards in 2008, we had about 400 products that were certified—now we have more than 4,000.”

Whole Foods Market has been lauded for its beauty department standards over the years. In 2012, the company was named “the leading national retailer” in personal care product safety by the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics. The grocer was also named runner-up in the Sustainable Beauty Awards’ “Sustainable Leadership” category in 2014. Last month, Giuliano was named one of the “50 Most Powerful Women in Beauty” by Women’s Wear Daily.

The retailer also set its own standards for organic labeling on personal care products, as there are no mandatory government standards for the “organic” label claim on body care products.

For more information on “Beauty Week” at Whole Foods Market, visit:https://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/blog/sample-latest-trends-our-first-ever-beauty-bag


Whole Foods Market kicks off its inaugural “Beauty Week,” March 18-24, to celebrate all things beauty related

Whole Foods Market kicks off its inaugural “Beauty Week,” March 18-24, to celebrate all things beauty related