February 13, 2007
Retailers are going above and beyond to make it easy on men when it comes to shopping.
"This is crunch time for guys they're coming in saying I'm shopping for a valentine gift can you help me" said Suzanne Owen, owner of Neroli Spa and Apothecary.
And yes she can Suzanne Owen, owner of Neroli Spa and Apothecary is out to make men pros in the present department.
"We have wonderfully trained and educated people here at Neroli who help them and guide them into the right place" said Owen.
From massages, and manicures, to pedicures and day-long packages, this spa is making it simple to spoil your sweetie and they aren't the only ones.
Allison Hurt is also looking to lessen the Valentine's load, by taking the unknown out of unmentionables.
"To create an event for men to shop for their valentine together without women in the store so they aren't intimidated by all the frilly lingerie" said Hurt, owner of Flirt Lingerie.
Allison is holding a man's night at her new lingerie store Flirt, by bringing in pretzels chips and beer. She's hoping to make these lacey intimates less intimidating and offer a one-stop shop for anything and everything a guy could need in order to please.
"I have several different chocolate options and long stem roses gerber daisies and lots of lingerie" said Hurt.
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