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Fashion Place to offer gifts for donations

Published December 10, 2012 7:26 am

Retail • Event set for shoppers who give to Huntsman cancer group.
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Fashion Place marks its season of giving with a Day of Gifting on Wednesday.

Beginning at 12:12 p.m. in the mallnext to H&M, shoppers who donate to the Huntsman Cancer Foundation will receive exclusive gifts from Fashion Place, and 12 select shoppers will receive a $120 Shop, Etc. gift card.

Shoppers who donate $10 will receive a Fashion Place holiday gift — a choice of a blanket, water bottle, hand warmer or ice scraper, and shoppers who donate $20 or more will receive the $12 gift card to use anywhere American Express is accepted.

In addition, the first 120 shoppers who text in a $20 donation to Huntsman Cancer Foundation at the event will receive a $12 Shop, Etc. American Express gift card, and shoppers who text in a $10 donation will receive an item from the Fashion Place swag table.

Those who can't make it to the mall can check the Fashion Place Facebook page at 10:12 a.m., 12:12 p.m. and 2:12 p.m., when $40 gift cards will be awarded to 12 winners each hour.

"This is our biggest giveaway season of the year and we're always looking for new ways to give back to the community and to our shoppers," said Natalie Watson, marketing manager at Fashion Place. "This is a fun way to engage our shoppers in a great cause, while also spreading some holiday shopping cheer."

Fashion Place also is offering a 12 Days of Gifts online sweepstakes that is under way to celebrate the holiday season. Through Wednesday, shoppers who visit fashionplace.com or Facebook.com/FashionPlcMall can enter for a chance to win a prize each day, with the grand prize winner receiving a $12,000 Shop, Etc. gift card.




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