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FREE Booze, A DJ, and more at the Storenvy Pop-Up Shop Shop Party

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Storenvy, a cool new start up that allows you to shop directly from creative merchants, is having a party to celebrate its newest pop-up shop. Each month, they have five new stores set-up inside their space at the Crocker Galleria thus bringing the online shopping experience offline…kinda. I’m not sure if that makes any sense at the moment since I didn’t sleep much last night and need to go back to bed, but you get the idea.

This months vendors are:

[Blank] Shoppe
Stop Shop & Roll
Verbena Chocolat
Yes and Yes Designs

Plus, as I’m sure you gleaned from the headline, there’s gonna be FREE booze and a DJ. And like every good SF party a photobooth too! I’m so thankful there’s not a photobooth in my room right now…or am I?

Anyways, it sounds like a pretty rad party. So go out and enjoy! You RSVP on the FB invite.

Storenvy Pop-Up Shop Party
Wednesday, June 19th
50 Post St. @ Market
[Financial District]
FREE Beer!!

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