Giveaway :: Hello Holiday

Wednesday, March 26, 2014


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While there is nothing wrong with shopping mass market (we don’t want to be hypocrits, after all) our hearts here at the BSP lay with independent every day of the week. Couple that with the ability to shop online (while wearing pajamas and eating ice cream) and this is one happy lady right here. As a gift to you, our community, we wanted to share a treasure of a find with you.

Megan Hunt and Sarah Lorsung Tvrdik co-founded online shopping site, Hello Holiday, in an effort to combine their talents and passions with a way to make a living. This energy alone is enough to keep me looking but the true meat of Hello Holiday is the fashion. With a focus on new and emerging designers, the carefully curated selections make Hello Holiday a must-see destination when looking for your latest fashion splurge. Personally, I’ve got a bit of an obsession with this dress happening. And since sunglasses are my new thing (don’t ask), the Sunglasses of the Month subscription is tailor made for me. What about you, friends? How does Hello Holiday strike your fancy?

Hello Holiday is giving away one $50 gift certificate to one lucky winner! To enter to win, please answer the following question no later than Wednesday, April 2nd.
Please visit Hello Holiday and tell us: If resources were unlimited, what business would you start and why?
Start checking the winner’s box on Tuesday, April 8th, to see if you’ve won!
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  1. 51
    Sarah says:

    I’d open a craft and beading supplies shop. I can lose myself for hours in a place like that, and it’s always nicer to buy from an independent shop than an impersonal chain! 

  2. 52
    Caitlyn says:

    I’d open a thrift store because I,love,reusing/repurposing random things.

  3. 53
    Jackie says:

    I’d start a street newspaper business.

  4. 54
    Sue F says:

    a doggie daycare with a boutique shop!
     I know when I was recently in  a situation where I needed some dental work done and it was pretty expensive so I put it off.  My doggie then needed a surgery and there was no question – I said do it !!  I truly believe people often like and are willing to spend money on their pets  before themselves;

  5. 55

    A gallery along with a complex of affordable artist studios. Artists always need space. 

  6. 56
    Sharon Siqueiros says:

    A unique shop with my and other local artisans pieces…..beautiful and affordable

  7. 57
    Coral M. says:

    Fun question! I would start a small retail shop of items imported from France and Italy. Jewelry, clothing, etc. hand-made by locals in small villages there. My favorite thing when I am able to go to Europe is to hunt out these treasures!!

  8. 58
    Ellia says:

    The truth is, I AM trying to start something, but unlimited resources is…not…the…case.  I’m trying to start being in the business of helping parents through co-parenting.  That is, I’m trying to start a (small) social revolution and help people think and talk about parenting in new and different ways that is cooperative instead of competitive – that allows people to do less “work” because parenting isn’t like capitalism.  But….being that I’m a working mom and need to provide for my family….its SLOW going.  If I had unlimited resources, I would travel around the country and listen to people.  Then I would listen some more.  Then I would write and write and speak and speak…and write…and write some more.

  9. 59
    Joren Robles says:

    An art studio for our young people. Unlimited supplies and resources would gift our kids the freedom to create anything they desire. What an incredible opportunity to tap into our kids creativity and passion. A gift that would promote confidence, fellow admiration and community. Thanks

  10. 60
    Sharon says:

    I would start a greenhouse nursery for tropical plants, the ones you rarely see that produce fantastic blooms. They say if you do what you love it’s not work, and this fits for me.

  11. 61
    megan says:

    I’ve always wanted to open an olive oil and vinegar tasting room with fair trade-produced products and a multi-cultural feel. 

  12. 62
    cindy says:

    A little late to the party, but I would start a matchmaking business for friends. Friends make such a difference in the world, sometimes we just don’t have the time to find the right ones and weed out the ones that bring us down. 

  13. 63
    Veronica says:

    I would start a buisness that made houses to people who didn’t have enough money to afford them for themselves. That way, everyone would have a home.