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Kendra Scott opens in Bridge Street Town Centre

MADISON – Kendra Scott has opened in Bridge Street Town Centre.

“In case you are unfamiliar with our company, Kendra Scott is a leading fashion accessories brand with 60 stores across the country and a presence at premiere retailers including Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Bloomingdales and over 800 specialty boutiques worldwide,” Community Outreach and Events Manager Ashley Lawson said.

“We were founded on the mantra ‘Family, Fashion, Philanthropy’ and, while our brand has grown, we continue to hold philanthropy as one of our core values,” Lawson said.

Shoppers are invited to enjoy sips, sweet and jewels to celebrate the soft opening of Kendra Scott all day on June 24. Individuals who spend $75 (pre-tax) will receive a free pair of Elle earrings in white mother of pearl (limited availability and while supplies last).

The address for Kendra Scott in Bridge Street Town Centre is 315 Bridge St., Suite 113. To learn more about the Kendra Scott brand, visit kendrascott.com, Facebook/Kendra Scott, Instagram or Pinterest.

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