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May 28th 2014

A Deal From Hazel Lane – Exclusively for WomensNet Readers

Last month we awarded one of our Amber Grants to the fabulous ladies over at Hazel Lane, a fun and exciting subscription box company that focuses on the flavors, people, and spirit of various cities.

The items and the city are a surprise until they arrive on your stoop, but you do get to choose the size of your box, clothing size and type of box (Ladies, Gents, Kids, so-on).

It’s a pretty sweet deal. You (or someone you really, really like) gets a treat on your doorstep every month, you can try new eco-chic products and taste some really delicious things, and you get to experience a new city every month with zero travel costs.

Even sweeter? Co-founders Ashley and Sam have generously created a discount code just for WomensNet readers. Simply enter the discount code GIRLPOWER at checkout and they’ll take $5 off your first order.

So head on over to their website, support a fantastic small business, treat yourself (or give a great gift), and save a few bucks while you’re at it!

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