- Full Name: Zoe Fox
- Location: 109-113 McPhillips Ave
- Expires: 14 days, 16 hours
Dear Customers, Patrons, Friends and Salt Spring Community,
I write to tell you that on March 1st 2019 Thrive Lifestyle will be closing permanently and as a result all inventory is on sale.
Over the last six years I have been dedicated to ensuring an ethical and sustainable production model for my store; supporting slow, low impact, local manufacturing and partnering with socially conscious companies for our stocked brands. Unfortunately it has become increasingly more difficult to maintain this model on Salt Spring Island. These values permeate my home and workplace and I simply cannot compromise on them, which is why I have decided to close Thrive Lifestyle’s brick and mortar store for good.
I want to thank the community for your continued support throughout the years. The meaningful relationships and insights I have gained along the way have been invaluable and I have enjoyed sharing my story and style with you all.
If you are a supporter of Thrive, a friend of mine, or just love clearance sales I encourage you to stop by this month Monday through Saturdays, 10am – 5 pm to pick up something special. It would mean a lot to me to see the community come out and say goodbye to this chapter of my life.
Thrive Lifestyle will be exclusively online business after March 1st.
I’m excited to continue to produce and represent my line, Zoë Fox, in the Salt Spring Island Farmer’s Market.
Thank you again for your continued support!
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