Secretary’s Day

Secretary’s Day

All female office workers are invited to the Depot on Wednesday for KMIT/KOOL 98’s Annual Secretary’s Day Party!

The party is free and is presented by the all new Adorn Boutique, Porter Distributing, and The Depot.

Win great prizes from all our sponsors and these great businesses:

Tickled Pink

Hollywood Styles

New Leaf Body Spa

Sportsman’s car wash

Scentzy – consultant Carla Hettinger

Café Teresa

Prestige Salon

Subway

Dove Chocolate – consultant Kim Boom

Wild Oak Golf Course

Origami Owl custom jewelry – consultant Liz Schiefen

Clever Container – consultant Kim Weyer

Tastefully Simple – consultant Joanne Hartman

Bonnie Decor $10 Gift Certificates

Plus, the first 100 ladies will receive a gift bag with items from Adorn Boutique and from Mary Kay sales director Jacque Schumacher.

Enjoy food and drink specials from The Depot, a $5 nacho bar, and free samples from Porter Distributing – Sol, Cayman Jack, Miller 64, Mike’s Blood Orange, and Twisted Tea Half-and-Half.

Over $1,000 in prizes will be given away beginning at 5:30 pm!

It’s all happening Wednesday night at The Depot.

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