Hurricane Matthew’s devastation is still felt by countless residents of eastern North Carolina. Local accessories company Moon and Lola is working to bring some relief to those flood victims with a food drive, going on through Nov. 11. Shoppers who bring 10 or more cans of food to any Moon and Lola location (downtown Raleigh, Cameron Village, Crabtree Valley Mall and Apex) will receive 20 percent off purchases. The food items will be donated to the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina, which services many of the areas hardest hit by the storm. For store contact info, visit moonandlola.com.
In what is likely the sparkliest scavenger hunt ever, Bailey’s Fine Jewelry is hiding 100 of its signature black-and-white boxes across Raleigh, Greenville and Rocky Mount for its Finders Keepers promotion. Through Dec. 9, boxes containing everything from Pandora charms to David Yurman jewels will be hidden in the three cities. Gifts range in value from $25 up to $3,000. The lucky residents who find the boxes get to keep them, no strings attached. For more info, visit baileybox.com.
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Beauty products chain Ulta recently made its Chapel Hill debut, opening a new store in Eastgate Shopping Center on Nov. 4. The 10,000-square-foot store offers a variety of cosmetics, beauty and hair care products, as well as an in-store salon. As part of opening weekend festivities, the store will give the first 100 shoppers on Nov. 6 a free gift, as well as free makeovers all day. Call 919-960-6843 for more information.
Dovecote boutique in Pittsboro’s Fearrington Village has outerwear for men and women from Schneiders of Salzberg in store for a trunk show Sunday, Nov. 6. The president of the company’s U.S. division will be on hand with new pieces from the fall collection. For details, call 919-542-1145.
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