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Boutique for women brings new retail concept



veritasinvit-300x231-8067126-3995933Reno native and businesswoman Verita Black Prothro is opening a boutique for women, VERITAS Empowerment Boutique, that brings an enlightened concept in retail. The store will feature high-end women’s new and consignment fashions, shoes and accessories.

The theme “Fashion. Forward.” was developed to encompass the overall direction of the boutique, which will include merchandise, resources and information for women on empowering their lives spiritually, financially and socially. Talks and resources will cover a span of topics with a common goal of enabling women to make intelligent and independent decisions through education and support.

The boutique also offers fashion consulting and one of a kind clothing and accessories.

To celebrate the opening, VERITAS had a grand opening party Saturday and will extend the party  to this Saturday, Dec. 14, from 2 until 8 p.m.  Refreshments and snacks will be served throughout the day that includes several demonstrations and a free drawing for a Michael Kors handbag. A portion of sales will benefit the local homeless shelter.  The public is invited.

VERITAS Empowerment Boutique is at 201 West Moana Lane, Reno (west of Walgreens).

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