Saturday, October 13, 2012


The following events are scheduled for the 2012/2013 Holiday Season. We have some new adorably cute styles for all ages! Hope you can come!

Idaho Holiday Boutique
November 1st 
Eagle, Idaho
Audra Davis's Home.

Nov. 1st and 2nd
Meridian, Idaho
Angela Sasser's Home
Thurs @ 630pm to 9:30pm and Friday 11-2pm. 

E-mail me for more information and location. 

Shop 'til you Drop
Nov. 6th
4:30 to 8:30 pm
Leslie Bodnar's residence
8480 W. Verde Way, 89149

Sassy, Chic and Everything in Between
Fall Boutique 2012
Nov 8th-9th
Thursday 10am-8pm
Friday 10am-8pm
11016 Mount Royal Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89144

Bijou Market
November 16th-17th
Provo, Utah
Friday-10:00am -8:00pm and Saturday 10:00am-5:00pm
Historic SouthWorth Hall
116 West Center Street 84606

Queen Bee Market -Aliso Viejo Vendors
October 27th, 2012
Saturday 9:00am-3:00pm
Aliso Viejo Conference Center
31 Santa Barbara Drive
Aliso Viejo, CA

Doodlebug Winter Fair
Saturday, December 1st
Boulder City, NV

Boulder City Recreation Center (Booth #8-New Gym)
900 Arizona St. 
Boulder City, NV

Henderson Winter Festival
December 14th- 15th
Henderson, NV 
More information TBA

1 comment:

caspo said...

Hello Ms. Sasser Gunson,

I saw your profile in "Crave, the Urban Girl's Manifesto." My girlfriend is from Germany, in fact, she left literally last night for Neuwied to attend the 60th(!) wedding anniversary of her parents. I am contacting you about Lyoness, a 9 year old Austrian company that is beginning to make inroads in the United States. They help folks get cash back on their existing purchases and obtain even more cash back rewards. They are very much involved in charitable organizations-indeed, if you check out their website, you’ll notice that one of the rotating pictures which appears shows Nelson Mandela and his foundation. Some of the organizations that people can obtain cash back on a weekly basis include Walmart, Kmart, Home Depot, Lowe’s, Starbucks, Sheraton, Marriott, TGIF, Nordstrom's and American Airlines. And, unlike, say, a Costco’s or Sam’s Club, there is no cost for people to participate: no monthly or annual fee, and no auto ship. You can save gas at places like British Petroleum, Sinclair, Exxon Mobile, Arco, and Chevron. The following link is a 14.5 minute video that gives an informative overview of the company(

The nice thing about this is, you can help your clients earn cash back and cash rewards, and they don't have to use some unknown product, they just have!

As an example, I brought up "Clothing" and sub category "women," with the following link:

You see at Sears, you get 2% back, every Tuesday, and 2% more that goes into a kind of Piggy Bank. At , Walmart, 1% now, 1% Piggybank. Say you provide the cash back card for one of your clients, and she shops at Flirty Apron, shown below, as a 12% member benefit overall. The breakdown on that:

2% cash back to the client
1% to Lyoness
1/2 % to your company
1/2% to me, as your company's sponsor

That leaves 8%. All 8% goes into the Piggy Bank of the customer. They get cash back once a week, earn cash rewards, and help your company do the same. "Win, win" is often a cliche, but here, I think you'll agree, it fits! Imagine if a restaurant owner was signed by your organization. He can say to customers, "I appreciate your business, and to thank you for patronizing my restaurant, I'd like to provide you with a free cash back card, which will provide you cash back and cash rewards, not only at MY establishment, but as you shop worldwide." HE benefits...and so does your company.

If you have questions, you can reply via email. I'd LOVE to arrange for your company to receive a free cash back card. I hope you'll give me an opportunity to earn your business, and I look forward to hearing from you.
Ervin Middleton