Tuesday, September 15

Congratulations!


To introduce my partnership with SFERRA and to promote the 'Lose Count' campaign we are hosting parties in NYC and LA this October. The LA event will be at Nathan Turner's shop with Kelly Wearstler as our special guest. The NYC event will be at Todd Romano’s exquisite showroom, housed in The Fine Arts Building.

Congratulations to the following readers who will receive exclusive invitations from SFERRA. I can't wait to meet you all in person.

Los Angeles
Nancy Corradini
Santa Barbara, California

Elizabeth Lynch
Chicago, Illinois

Katrina Mosher
Glendale, California

Jill Seidner
Beverly Hills, California

Nancy Evars
Menlo Park, California

New York
Laura Stoll
Chicago, Illinois

Nicole Steinthal
Port Chester, New York

Claudette Marasigan
New York, New York

Amanda Reid
Cambridge, Massachusetts

Jennifer Lynch
Locust Valley, New York

Due to space limitations both events are strictly by invitation only. Invitations are non-transferable and limited to the named guest only.

9 comments:

Tina Steele Lindsey said...

How exciting! I know the events will be wonderful!

pve design said...

Congratulations to the winners!

Ideezine said...

What a great way to start the year end celebrations. Congrats to all the winners!

Bette

mandarinastudio said...

So excited! Thanks so much and I look forward to meeting you in person Ronda.

Rebecca@Harmony and Home said...

Sniff, sniff... If anyone bows out...keep my name on the list! :) Congratulations to the winners!

AB HOME Interiors said...

Well Im totally bummed that I did not win. Boo Hoo. I suppose there is always another chance to go to New York. Thanks for the opportunity though!

Jill Seidner | Interior Design said...

Very excited and looking forward to featuring the event on the Material Girls Blog!
http://materialgirlsblog.com/losangeles/2009/09/15/excited-to-announce/

Katrina Lynn said...

Can't wait to see you in LA! Thanks so much for the opportunity!! SO EXCITED!!

ALL THE BEST said...

It's going to be fun! Wish everyone could come...