Thursday, March 21, 2013
All Gussied Up in Nazareth is still selling prom dresses and accessories—at awesomely discounted prices—for students in the Lehigh Valley.
Prom dresses, shoes and accessories are still available at discounted prices at All Gussied Up in Nazareth. During a recent shopping event at the Main Street business, 12 dresses with matching shoes and a few clutches were sold. About $145 was raised for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, according to Kelly Pettis-Brush, owner of the 1940s-inspired All Gussied Up. There is still a large selection to choose from. Donated prom dresses, shoes and accessories are still being sold at minimal prices -- $5 to $10. "We want to help local girls get to prom," Pettis-Brush previously exclaimed in an e-mail to Patch. Nazareth's prom is scheduled for May 17 at The Palace Center in Allentown. All Gussied Up is also offering dress alterations.
Sunday, March 10, 2013
All Gussied Up in Nazareth is accepting prom dresses and accessories for students in the Lehigh Valley. A shopping event will be held March 16.
All Gussied Up in Nazareth is giving local girls the opportunity to select a prom dress they may not have otherwise been able to afford. A shopping event will be held at the Main Street business on March 16 from noon to 5 p.m. Girls from across the Lehigh Valley are invited. About 50 dresses had been collected as of March 4, according to Kelly Pettis-Brush, owner of the 1940s-inspired All Gussied Up. Pettis-Brush said she's looking to collect 50 more dresses by March 15. "We want to help local girls get to prom," Pettis-Brush exclaimed in an e-mail to Patch. Donated prom dresses, shoes and accessories will be sold at minimal prices -- $5 to $10. All proceeds will be donated to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Donations can be dropped off …
Saturday, February 9, 2013
'All Gussied Up' music, Winter Storm Nemo and alleged gadget-hiding thief also among top headlines.
Tom Drago, who resigned as EASD technology head last year, is suspected of invasion of privacy, wiretapping violations. He lives in Bushkill Township. The owner of 'All Gussied Up On Main' says music in and around a business is basic 'Marketing 101.' At least one resident disagrees. A Nazareth resident's impassioned plea for accountability and apologies from two Nazareth Borough Council members fails to resonate. A 21-year-old Phillipsburg man has been charged with stealing a mobile hot spot device from Walmart in Lower Nazareth, according to Colonial Regional police. Heaven Campbell, of Nazareth, is charged with repeatedly hitting a borough officer with her hands and a door during a welfare check in late January. A Nazareth area mom says …
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
The owner of 'All Gussied Up On Main' says music in and around a business is basic 'Marketing 101.' At least one resident disagrees.
The music that emanates from 1940s-inspired “All Gussied Up On Main” is receiving mixed reviews. Some residents who live in the business district find the music too loud and distracting, while borough officials believe Kelly Pettis-Brush's business is a breath of fresh air. “I can hear her music all throughout my house and through the kitchen,” complained Sheria Wells during Nazareth Borough Council’s meeting Monday night. “I understand that [Pettis-Brush] has a right to play music, but it should be at a peaceful level. Patrons should be able to hear it when walking in front of the store, not from down the street and in people’s homes.” Pettis-Brush, however, says music in and around a business is basic “Marketing 101.” “Music is a …
Friday, June 22, 2012
The owners of All Gussied Up on Main, which was inspired by the 'strength of women' of the 1940s, will hold their grand opening celebration June 23 and 24.
If summer is the perfect time to launch a beach-themed new business, then Kelly Pettis-Brush and Megan Everett are right in style and season with their All Gussied Up on Main in Nazareth. The co-owners will celebrate summertime at their new 139 S. Main St. boutique tonight -- Friday, June 22 -- by hosting a ribbon-cutting at 5 p.m. with Nazareth Area Chamber of Commerce members and area leaders. Beginning Saturday, they’ll welcome the public. Male and female customers can head in for spray tanning, airbrush makeup application, permanent makeup and teeth whitening, and to browse the boutique that features many of the delights of summer fun. But the partners and longtime friends have incorporated a unique vintage-inspired twist to their …