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For Every Body Fills BYU Student Shopping List, 15 gifts for under $75

Jane Smith Awarded “Recession-Proof Giving For Every Body” Final Shopping Spree

Utah County, UTAH – December 11, 2009 –For Every Body Founder, Becky Anderson, announced that the third “Recession-Proof Giving For Every Body” shopping spree was given today to Brigham Young University student, Jane Smith.
According to Jane Smith — 20, BYU student, hometowns Hong Kong and Toronto, Canada — when she arrived at the new For Every Body University mall outlet store with a shopping list — that included her many brothers and sisters — she had doubts as to whether a candle and home décor store offered gifts that she would be proud to give her family on her student budget. She accepted the “Recession-Proof Giving For Every Body” challenge and found the For Every Body Holiday store in the University Mall had more than enough choices for her spree.

“The selection at the For Every Body made shopping easy and the prices were good. I don’t like to spend a lot of money but I do like quality gifts. The total of my purchases would have been $75 and I am ready for Christmas,” said Jane Smith. “The candles and warmers were a lot less expensive than other company’s candles and just as nice too.”

The spree is the final of three sprees to be by For Every Body to celebrate the “Recession-Proof Giving For Every Body” initiative to help local Utah shoppers this holiday season.
According to Jane Smith, she is excited about the selection of gifts options offered for low prices at both the For Every Body outlet stores in the University Mall and in the Geneva road store in Lindon.
The 15 Gifts, chosen by Jane Smith for her parents, siblings, and roommates are listed by person and age (with anonymity respected to holiday gift receivers) and include For Every Body pricing and retail pricing comparisons, see below:
Gift #1 (Dad Age 50’s) – flat candle warmer and one caramel cake candle
Closest Popular Retail: $43.00
For Every Body Outlet Total: $5 for warmer and $2 candle
With $1 gift wrap = $8

Gift #2 (Mother, Age 40’s) – Wreath Home decor
Closest Popular Retail: $29.99
For Every Body Outlet Total: $14.99
With $1 gift wrap = $15.99

Gifts #3-7 (Roommates) – 11oz designer candles in guava, pear, mango & peach
Closest Popular Retail: $10.00
For Every Body Outlet Total: $2 each
With $.50 gift wrap = $2.50 per gift
Gift #8 (Sister) – Twilight scented candle trio – Bella, Jacob & Edwards scents.
Closest Popular Retail: $37.00
For Every Body Outlet Total: $9
With $1 gift wrap = $10

Gift #9 (Brother-in-law) – flat candle warmer and candle
Closest Popular Retail: $43.00
For Every Body Outlet Total: $5 for warmer and $2 caramel cake candle
With $1 gift wrap = $8
Gift #10 (Sister) – home décor candle holder with 4-pak pumpkin spice votives
Closest Popular Retail Price: $25.00
For Every Body Outlet Total: $3 & $2
With $1 gift wrap = $6

Gift #11 (Brother) – Glazed Donut Candle
Closest Popular Retail: $43.00
For Every Body Outlet Total: $5 for warmer and $2 caramel cake candle
With $1 gift wrap = $8

Gift #12 (Sister, Age 19) – Holiday home décor
Closest Popular Retail Price: $25.00
For Every Body Outlet Total: $9.99
With $1 gift wrap = $10.99
Gifts #13-15 (Friends) – votive holders and votives
Closet Popular Retail Price: $6
For Every Body Outlet Total: .50 cents each
With gift wrap = $1.50

Recession-Proof Giving For Every Body offers up to 75% off on their soy-based specialty topper candles in customer favorite fragrances — Sugar Cookie, Pumpkin Pie, Holiday Pine, Gingerbread and more – and on candle accessories like warmers as well as everything from Halloween to Christmas home décor items and gifts. Prices start at .10 cents with all candles under $9 while supplies last. Please visit either the new For Every Body holiday location in the University Mall in Orem or the For Every Body Geneva road outlet in Lindon. For more information about new store or about For Every Body products, please call (801)443-1961.
About For Every Body
For Every Body was founded in 1995, in Lindon, Utah as a retailer of bath and body products by Becky Anderson and her daughters. In 2000, the company began producing soy-based candles with industry-unique specialty toppers as an addition to the bath and body line. The one-of-a kind candles are produced at the Geneva Road facility in Lindon and then sold to major retailers across the country. The excess candle inventory is sold at the Lindon located outlet store on Geneva road and at the holiday University Mall location for up to 75% off retail price. Additionally, the company offers home décor items and scrapbook supplies as a way to fulfill the company’s mission to “offer something for every season, occasion and event.” For more information please visit, http://www.foreverybody.com or please contact: 801-377-2494.

For Immediate Release
December 11, 2009
Contact: Kim Power Stilson
Kim.Stilson@foreverybody.com
(801)-443-1961

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