Spring's The Cottage Announces Search for the Newest Face to Represent The Cottage Baby Room
The Cottage — a premier children's clothing and home store located in the heart Old Town Spring, just south of The Woodlands — is searching for a new face to represent The Cottage Baby Room in its fall ad campaign.
"We have 29 participants who are all being considered as the face for our fall ad campaign," said Kelly Fontenot, of The Cottage. "It is up to our Facebook fans to choose who will represent our baby room. The winner will run in the Chronicle and Old Town Spring Magazine, along with any other advertising we choose to run in the fall."
The winner gets the outfit he or she modeled for free, a photoshoot with Amanda Adams of Day-Z Photography via the ad shoot and a gift certificate to The Cottage. The winner will be announced via The Cottage’s Facebook page.
"So vote for who you think really represents our Baby Room," Fontenot said.
For more information about The Cottage and its products and services, call 281-528-5858 or visit www.facebook.com/TheCottageOTS. The Cottage is located at 220 Gentry St. in Old Town Spring.
About The Cottage
Bright and cheerful, The Cottage specializes in distinctive items for children's clothing and the home. The size of the winding interior often surprises customers, as the modest storefront hides a depth of treasures.
Browsing is encouraged and is 100 percent stroller-friendly inside The Cottage, a pink-trimmed decor and fashion shop brimming with unique, affordable and fun merchandise located in the heart of Old Town Spring, just south of The Woodlands.
Offering specialty brands Mud Pie Clothing, Haute Baby, Bearington and Popatu in boys and girls lines, there are elegant sleep sacks, birthday tutus, garden party dresses, shoes, bathing suits, hats and matching bows for newborns to size 6.
A family business, the store’s owner, Jackie Reece, and her granddaughter and store manager, Kelly Fontenot, make the ideal team to provide an inventory that has something for all ages.
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