Furniture Pops Up in The Mile High City

by Kasey Caminiti | November 17, 2017 10:30 am

Denver-based e-commerce home furnishing brand Sixpenny[1] launched just last year, and already has a successful tour of pop-up shops under its belt. Now, following successful pop-ups in Los Angeles and New York City, Sixpenny is going back to its Denver[2] roots. The shop is open in the Mile High City[3] from November 2nd through December 31st. A place for shoppers to see products before purchasing them online, the shop’s Sip-N-Shop wine hours, flash sales and various events offer a unique look at the company’s vast selection of reasonably priced sofas, sectionals, arm chairs, ottomans, coffee and side tables, and more. With bonuses like free shipping, 30-day “no-fuss” returns and free, unlimited fabric and leather swatches, Sixpenny, a user-friendly retail experience unlike any other. And what’s more: they donate 6% of net proceeds to charitable partners
in the form of useful resources and supplies. Presently, their partner is Warren Village, a Denver-based non-profit organization that assists low income, single-parent families in achieving long-term economic stability.

Endnotes:
  1. Sixpenny: https://www.sixpenny.com/
  2. Denver: http://dujour.com/lifestyle/travel-guide-denver-colorado/
  3. Mile High City: http://dujour.com/cities/aspen-food-and-wine-classic-2017/

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