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STAMP 2014: Blo's Custom Purse Hangers

Stacey Soble | September 3, 2014 | 5:30 PM

STAMP 2014: Blo's Custom Purse Hangers

Custom Purse Hangers
Blo, Raleigh, North Carolina
Owned by: Bryan Nunes

At Blo, there are two rectangle color processing tables that are streamlined to eliminate clutter. While that helps maintain a clean and pleasant environment, it brings its own challenges, such as forcing clients to throw their purses under the table or hold them on their laps.
Always looking for ways to enhance the guest experience while driving the brand, Nunes came across a company that designs custom purse hangers. The hangers hold up to 10 pounds and can be ordered with felt-covered cases.

“We are retailing them at $5 a piece, and offering them to all guests at our color table as a courtesy,” Nunes says.

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