Kauai. The Garden Island. Topics of conversations tend to center around hurricanes, GMO's, gas prices, and now, Ross! That's right. It's not every day this island gets a new place to shop. It's such a big deal, that the grand opening crowds made the front page.
I had to wait a few days after the Grand Opening on October 10,
before venturing into the Ross abyss, and waiting had it's pro's and con's.
Pro: Checking out was a breeze on day 3. I had friends who couldn't get in the door on day 1 and others who couldn't make it through the check out line on day 2.
|Con: Kauaians had bought out the store!|
I knew people were excited about Ross's arrival,
but I didn't know they were going to clear out all the inventory! Slim pickin's by day 3.
I still found some great stuff.
Here are some of the products I'm most excited about:
Love me some cute organization boxes, hip new shoes and trendy seating.
I begged my husband to let me take one of those grey and white chevron ottoman's home,
but he resisted.
Here's what we actually came home with:
|2 bright organization bins, bicycle craft paper and placemats|
My husband got soccer socks and a soccer bag
Ross Dress for Less was kind enough to sponsor this post (and my purchase) by providing me with a gift card to shop the new Kauai store. Isn't that awesome?! Even though they sponsored this post, the opinions are all mine. And I will say, I love Ross, whether it be on Kauai, Maui, Oahu or California. (That about covers all the places I've shopped at Ross.) Enough about me, let's talk about you! Ross wants to give one special Ivy & Co. reader a $25 gift card! Are you interested? Of course you are. Follow the Rafflecopter directions below.
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