Simply Earth Opens Brick-and-Mortar Store
After four years of being an e-commerce business, Simply Earth, retailer of essential oils and accessories, will host the grand opening of its first physical location at Bayshore Town Center, in Glendale. The grand opening takes place from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. October 19 through 21. There will also be a soft opening on October 9.
“Our products will finally be available for testing after only being available online,” says Alexandra Siao, public relations representative for Simply Earth. “Our essential oil blend recipes that could only be viewed through online videos can now be seen and tried in real life in our store’s kitchen. You can also hear from Simply Earth’s founders, Lee and Katie, about how they built their business.”
Simply Earth is also a partner of change—they donate 13 percent of their monthly profits to organizations that help end human trafficking. A list of monthly partners is posted on the company’s website.
Location: 5800 N. Bayshore Dr., Glendale. For more information, call 866-330-8165, email Help@SimplyEarth.com or visit SimplyEarth.com.
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