January 30th, 2010

Winter White


Everyone knows that bunnies like to play in the snow, so Stephen eyed the Rubber Duck snowboots with child-like wonder. Come play with us & warm your feet with Rubber Duck. The boots, btw, are only $30! Aaah, the winter wonders abound….

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January 29th, 2010

Top 5 Reasons Why We Don’t Need a Snow Day


1. We actually kind of like it here. Truth be told, covered in snow or not, we enjoy our little wonderland and see no reason to attempt to get out of work.

2. We actually kind of like you, too. Perhaps you have the day off today due to these wintry conditions, and we’d like to be the brave little souls here to make you happy!

3. Snow is beautiful! Although we love the look of a sunny, bustling day at the Hill Center, we’re kind of enjoying the white glow that today has bestowed upon us.

4. Our store is beautiful! As January draws to a close, our winter sale is almost over, and we’re not going to let the snow cut it short!

5. RUBBER DUCK SNOWJOGGERS! Really, that’s the secret to our success. Snow can’t stop us with these guys on our feet!

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January 27th, 2010

Dear Movie Night


So….what are YOU doing Thursday night?????

You COULD be going to the Dear John sneak peak at Green Hills Cinema, like Ricky & Rachel. Here’s the deal: we only have 15 passes, so the first lucky 15 purchases today and tomorrow will get a Dear John Thursday night pass. And each pass admits 2, so it’s not too early to think about finding a special someone to treat to a movie with Valentine’s Day right around the corner. Ricky will be purchasing today and taking Rachel, but he promises to have her home in time to catch the second half of the Suns-Mavericks game. What about you, Nashville? What will your next 2L purchase get you?

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January 26th, 2010

Don’t Forget the Duck


Friends, we’ve been so obsessed with this Converse Contest that we forgot to outfit you with what you actually need RIGHT NOW!  These Rubber Duck snowjoggers are not only colorful and comfortable, but they were designed to put a hop in your step in even the toughest of snow. And because we care so much about your warmth, we find it necessary to inform you that Nashville’s 10-day forecast includes highs of 30 degrees and a wintry mix of rain and snow. If your little feet freeze in the snow, then you surely won’t be able to enter our Converse Contest, so for you loyal blog readers, we’re willing to keep those toes warm for a mere $30. Oooh! And these beauties also come in purple and silver, so take your pick! Just make sure to tell us the code word to get your deal: S N O W !

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January 25th, 2010

Wake Chucks



While I still call Nashvegas home, a tiny town in North Carolina called Winston-Salem (more affectionately known as “The Dash”) is where I spend most of my year as a college student at Wake Forest University. Upon first introduction, I am not what would appear to be a stereotypical sorority girl. However, second semester of my freshman year, surprisingly, one called my name, and I became a member of the Rah Rah-ing, girl bonding, chuck wearing sisterhood. My ears instantly perked up when I heard about the tradition. Stemming from the local sororities that used to dominate Wake’s campus, all girls affiliated with Greek life wear Chuck Taylors in their sorority’s colors with writing on the toes. On bid day, I laced up my new navy blue chucks, scribbled on the toes, and trembled with the fear that I wouldn’t find my place amongst the Glamazons I was now forced to call my “sisters.” Since then my Converses have turned a rather unfortunate shade of purply-gray after a much regretted splash in a fraternity pool but that doesn’t make them any less comfortable. They’ve seen their fair share of late night dance parties, early morning study sessions and treks across the mud-filled quad with girls who I’d mistakenly thought were so intimidating. My old faded blue chucks have taken me on a three year journey of higher education outside of the classroom — I’m just hoping they make it to graduation without disintegrating!

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