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Brick by brick & with love ….
The opening of Carol’s Daughter new store was everything the invitation said and more. It was as if you were welcomed into the Price’s family home. Even before the doors opened at 10:00 am there was a line and it will probably be there until closing time at 8 pm.
The Rose petals in front of the door were inviting and once you enter the store you’re in for an amazing experience: the environment is welcoming, the decor alluring, the products as tempting as ever and the sales reps are nice and patient.
When Lisa entered the store together with the family, it was like a warm breeze floated through the store. Miss Price her million dollar business didn’t change her a bit. After her two adoring sons helped her making rose petals from the fresh roses she brought in, she started to mix the body milk that every customer would get for free, her self. While she poured the freshly made body milk in their bottles, the love she puts into the products is showing again. Soon after this Lisa welcomed everybody and started to share fresh strawberries with the people on line.
Her supporting husband, Mr. Gordon, is the most natural spokes man one can imagine. Patiently he answered questions and like a gifted story teller he would tell their successful brick-by-brick story to everybody who was interested. Mr. Lisa Price as he introduced himself, also explained who is on the pictures, pictures that are placed tastefully around the store. Not only do they tell the Carol’s Daughter story, they make you feel at home. When Gordon gives you the details it’s like you are part of the family.
It was a wonderful unique experience. When Lisa says with love, she means business. It’s clear that she and her husband have found a formula that make the two work together perfectly.
Carol’s Daughter is located at 24 West 125th Street
Online at Carol’s Daughter.com
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