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Apricot Lane opens new location in Cary Towne Center

Posted December 7, 2012

Trendy boutique Apricot Lane recently opened a new store in North Hills. They are now expanding to Cary Towne Center just in time to help you get your Christmas shopping done! 

Purple and pink dress from Apricot Lane The new store will be located across from Kay Jewler's close to the front mall entrance. Doors will open on Friday, Dec.14, at 9 a.m. The store will also celebrate with festivities that evening from 6 p.m.- 10 p.m.

Triangle shoppers are invited to come see the boutique's new location, enjoy complimentary beverages and shop with a storewide discount of 20 percent off all purchases that night! If you don't have time to make it to the grand opening, don't fret! The sale will continue throughout the opening weekend at both the new Cary Towne Center location and the area's first Apricot Lane store in North Hills Shopping Center

Apricot Lane 3 StrandsOpening weekend store owners will also be giving away free 3Strands bracelets, each an $18 value, to help fight human trafficking around the world. The bracelets’ production and sale benefit survivors of human trafficking through Agape International Missions. The Apricot Lane NC store owners are donating an extra $5 to AIM for each bracelet they hand out. To receive a bracelet, sign up for the Apricot Lane Triangle NC e-newsletter either in store or on the boutique's website.

The grand opening celebration on December 14 will also feature models from Models for Charity. Models for Charity is a nonprofit organization of local professionals who raise money for Triangle charities through modeling. The models will be showing off the store's fashions throughout the evening in support of the 3Strands bracelet giveaway and donation.

For more information about Apricot Lane's Triangle locations visit their website

Sneak Peek: Apricot Lane will open a third location in the Triangle at The Streets at Southpoint in Durham in early 2013.

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