Press Release (ePRNews.com) - RENO, Nev. - Nov 13, 2018 - In the spirit of the holidays, Reno eNVy and Home Means NV Co. the areas favorite local brand featuring the latest fashions and hottest styles of the season will be offering 30% off online and in-store purchases November 23-26, and for every shirt purchased one shirt will be donated back to the Volunteers of America Northern Nevada.
WHAT: Reno eNVy & Home Means Nevada Co. Holiday Sale and Clothing Drive
WHEN: November 23-26, 2018
We cannot thank this community enough for the support they’ve shown for our brand. To help show our appreciation, we want to celebrate this holiday season by giving back to those in need.
WHERE: Reno eNVy Store – 135 N Sierra St, Reno, NV 89501
Home Means Nevada Co. South Creek Center – 55 Foothill Rd #2 Reno NV 89511
This holiday season shop small, shop local, shop Reno eNVy and Home Means NV Co. on Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday, and discover the fashions, stickers, trailer hitches and Nevada merchandise you adore at prices you will love.
Reno eNVy and Home Means NV Co. are great locations to find holiday gifts for your co-workers, friends or even to fill out your own collection of style. The iconic Nevada and Reno brand appeals to the trendy, adventurous shopper who will enjoy some of the best holiday must-haves, from hoodies to hats and ladies’ long sleeves to stylish wardrobe staples like Home Means Nevada shirts and beanies.
In addition to offering 30% off all orders from November 23rd-26th, Reno eNVy and Home Means NV Co. are also generously donating one shirt for every shirt purchased back to the Volunteers of America Northern Nevada. It’s sure to make one of the busiest shopping weekends of the year worth the adventure. Online shoppers are asked to use the promo code “NEVADA” during checkout for online sales.
Volunteers of America Northern Nevada services include food and shelter, counseling, independent living and parenting skills, affordable housing, homeless prevention and rapid re-housing, and mental-health services.
“We cannot thank this community enough for the support they’ve shown for our brand,” said Scott Dunseath, owner. “To help show our appreciation, we want to celebrate this holiday season by giving back to those in need.” Source :