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"SLC Airport boutiques shift presence to Web"
Thursday, January 5, 2012
SLC Airport boutiques shift presence to Web
The Salt Lake (UT) Tribune
For more than 50 years, the Utah-based Air Terminal Gifts had a presence in
Salt Lake International Airport with its boutique offerings Zeta and Co. and
At the end of June, the family-owned businesses lost their airport leases
and are relocating to the Internet with two clothing sites:
www.enjoyzeta.com and www.enjoykarma.com.
According to a company release, the online boutiques will specialize in
women's fashion, jewelry and accessories.
"Knowing that we could provide a new experience to more women on the Web,
we decided to move our successful boutique concepts online under our new
names - Enjoy Zeta and Enjoy Karma," said Marketing Manager Brooke
Enjoy Karma will specialize in outfits "with eco, social and ethical
responsibility," the release said. These offerings can be seen on Facebook
at at www.facebook.com/enjoyyourkarma.
Through January, Enjoy Zeta and Enjoy Karma customers can receive $20 off
an order of $100 or more (excluding shipping) by visiting the online sites,
creating an account and entering promo code enjoy2012 at checkout.
Ground shipping is free on online orders of more than $100. Area customers
can pick their items up for free at the company's warehouse, 369 S. Orange
St. (about 1900 West), Dock 15.
The warehouse is open from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday,
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