“Put A Bow On It!”
Walking down the snow burdened streets of my neighborhood the other day, under the heavy fall of a “wintry mix,” over deceptively deep slushy puddles and around piles of trash bulked up by discarded Christmas trees and holiday wreaths, I was pleased to spot an eXoticforms Bow proudly displayed off the balcony of a small apartment building. There she was, the weather proof aluminum looking shiny and new, the pleasing design offering some much needed post-holiday warmth and welcome, smiling down on passerby as if to say, “In this household…on this block…in this city, the celebration of life continues long after the glow of sparkling Christmas lights, trees, menorahs and all manner of holiday decorations have faded away.”
Needless to say we’re proud of our eXoticforms bows, and the 2010 holiday season left much to be upbeat about regarding this creative and modern indoor or outdoor decoration. Largely by word of mouth exposure the sales of our decorative holiday bows multiplied many times over from the prior Christmas season. Even more fulfilling than the fact that the available stock of eXoticforms bows sold completely through days before the most egregious of procrastinators put the finishing touches on their home’s holiday display, is that those that purchased the bow as a seasonal decoration, be it Christmas, Hanukah or winter itself, have been filling our inbox with glowing reviews and requests of friends and family interested in purchasing one of their own.
eXoticforms would like to thank everyone for their support of a product that we feel is destined to be included on every list of the most popular holiday decorations 2011. We’re already laying the groundwork to make sure that the production of our bows meets the projected demand for next year’s holiday season, and looking forward to spotting those beautiful, shiny and unique decorations from more balconies, on doors, hanging from fences and donning Christmas mantles around the city and across the nation. Thanks again, and check back often as we continue to update you on the developments surrounding this simple, elegant decorative bow that’s sure to be a popular accent for the 2011 holiday season.