Holiday Trunk Show features all-local, woman-owned businesses

Press Release from Blyss Running:

C & Co., a local, handcrafted skincare shop in downtown Asheville, will be hosting their first Healthy and Happy Holiday Trunk Show on December 1st from 4-7pm, featuring all-local, woman-owned businesses. Blyss Running, a women’s running apparel company, will be on hand, as well as the Runner’s Mechanic, who will be offering free running gait analysis. SleepSwag, a locally-made sleep mask company will feature their products as well, and of course, guests will have the opportunity to sample from the handmade skincare lines offered by C & Co, which is located at 15 A Broadway in Downtown Asheville. The event is free and wine will be served.

The pop-up shop will feature Blyss’ fall and winter running line, as well as the tried-and-true classics like the Blyss running skirt and shorts. SleepSwag owners Susan and Terri will be showing off and selling their beautiful, US-made sleep masks. Miriam Nelson, of The Runner’s Mechanic, will also be on hand to answer any running related questions and offer tips and techniques to keep your body running strong.

The four female entrepreneurs hosting the Trunk Show share a motivation and a passion to support women in making healthy choices in self-care, athleticism, and empowerment. They see themselves as a part of a growing movement of women entrepreneurs who support each other’s business growth. The Healthy and Happy Holiday Trunk Show is a celebration of cooperation and fun shared between women.

For more information about Blyss Running’s growing line of USA-made running apparel for women, please go to www.blyssrunning.com. Learn more about C & Co.’s line of all-natural skincare products at www.candconaturals.com, and reach the Runner’s Mechanic at www.therunnersmechanic.com. More info on SleepSwag can be found here: www.sleepswag.com.

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I am currently a senior at Asheville High School and an intern for the Mountain Xpress! I am originally from New Mexico but have been raised in Asheville for majority of my life. I hope to take a gap year after high school and later go to college in the US or the UK.

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