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4 Things Vintage Charm is Thankful For

November 20, 2015

Be thankful and gobble til you wobble! Thanksgiving is one of our favorite holidays. Although we wish it could happen all the time, how often do we get a chance to surround ourselves with our family and dearest friends, enjoy some delicious food and reflect on all the blessings in our lives? What are you grateful for? Below are 4 things Vintage Charm is especially thankful for this year! 

1.) New Adventures: From expanding our website in the spring to opening our third location in the fall, it’s safe to say this year brought new and exciting endeavors. We are thankful for all these opportunities!

 2.) The VC Dream Team: Vintage Charm wouldn’t be what it is today if it weren’t for our hardworking and inspiring staff.

 3.) The Community: Suburban Life Media and their readers voted Vintage Charm the best women's boutique in the area! The strong foundation and support from our community is what helps our local business succeed. And for that, we are so grateful.

 4.) YOU: Yes, you! This holiday season, we are especially thankful for all our customers and the amazing loyalty and love you continue to show us. You remain the heart of everything we do at Vintage Charm!

We hope everyone has the happiest of Thanksgivings!


Impress your friends and family with some tasty turkey trivia and Thanksgiving fun facts!

- Only male turkeys, called toms, gobble. Females, called hens, cackle. Oh well… we are still going to say ‘gobble, gobble’ all Thursday long.

- Canadians also celebrate Thanksgiving, but they do it the second Monday in October. Interesting, eh? 

- The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade began in 1924 with 400 employees. There were no large balloons. It only featured live animals from Central Park Zoo. Can you really call it parade if there isn’t a giant Garfield balloon? We don’t think so.

- Benjamin Franklin wanted the turkey to be the national bird, not the eagle.

- According to the Guinness Book of Records, the heaviest turkey on record weighs 86 pounds. That’s one big bird! The average turkey for Thanksgiving weighs 15 pounds.

 - Americans consume 46 million turkeys each Thanksgiving. Californians eat the most turkey in the U.S. on Thanksgiving Day! Surfs up? More like forks up.  


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