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ETCETERA wardrobe defines a modern day version of fashion
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Jul '08
Casuals Etcetera Inc the unique women's clothing design company known for providing upscale, personalized in-house wardrobe shopping experiences, is taking the nation by storm with a rapid expansion plan that is being driven by the demand of women in cities and towns across the United States women who love the clothing line and want it in their location.

"At a time when most companies are feeling some pain from the economic pressures, we are finding our customer base is growing rapidly.

More than ever before, we are enjoying the opportunity to hire more great women as fashion consultants and managers in our business," said Mary Alice Heape, President of Casuals Etcetera Inc.

"This summer we are actively interviewing with plans to add more than 60 style consultants and managers to our team in 16 expanding markets including: AZ, CA, CT, FL, IL, MA, MO, NJ, NY, OH, OK, PA, TX, VA, WA and Washington DC."

ETCETERA started in 2001 with 300 style consultants selling the line and since then has grown to 800 consultants in 633 cities and towns across 45 states.

Beginning July 21, consultants in the 45 markets will unveil the 2008 Fall Collection to their personally built extensive network of clients via private appointments.

Clients are swiftly booking July appointments with their local ETCETERA personal style consultant this month in order to secure their spot in seeing and purchasing the Fall Collection.

Casuals Etcetera Inc

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