Power Lunch: Women Mean Business

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Power Lunch: Women Mean Business
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Working Women of Tampa Bay and the South Tampa Chamber of Commerce Women in Business group are co-hosting a special Power Lunch with 30-year-old Carley Oches, founder of Bourbon & Boweties, a multimillion-dollar Brandon-based company that sells hundreds of thousands of the bracelets each year.

Carley launched the brand in August 2012 from her grandmother's garage, selling handmade stone bracelets ranging from $29 to $50. Three months later they could be found in local boutiques in several Southern states. The popularity of these stylish accessories seemed to grow overnight. According the Tampa Bay Business Journal, Bourbon & Boweties sells between 50,000 and 100,000 bracelets each month. The company has a retail presence in all 50 states, boosted by its Nordstrom Inc. sales. She is graduate of Durant High and Florida State University where she majored in Textiles.

Our charity partner for this lunch is Dress for Success Tampa Bay. Help them empower women at their 2016 Power Walk on July 16th. Register now through this link.

Complimentary 2-hr parking is available in the parking garage below the restaurant.
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By: Working Women Of Tampa Bay