In a sorority? Want a quick, simple way to score $500 for your philanthropy?

20 Mar

Wrapsody LOVES Auburn’s Greek community! That’s why we’re doing something extra-special for Auburn’s sororities and their upcoming spring philanthropy events. Wrapsody is devoted to providing Auburn’s sororities with most unique and thoughtful Greek gifts. From bath wraps to monogrammed Anoraks to Christmas ornaments, we’ve got a gift to satisfy every occasion, no matter what sorority! Come into Wrapsody today and check out our entire upstairs floor, which is especially for Greek apparel, gifts and accessories. Trust us…you won’t find these items anywhere else!

If you’re a sorority member at Auburn University, this blog post is especially for you! Beginning at 6 p.m. on Wednesday (3/21)  and ending at 12 p.m. on Friday afternoon (3/23), log onto Wrapsody’s Facebook page, and find our recent album titled Auburn University Sororities. Click on your sorority’s picture and “like” it underneath the picture. Pretty easy, huh?

Whichever sorority scores the most “likes” before 12 p.m. (sharp) on Friday will win $500 for their spring philanthropy event. It’s that simple. Be sure to tell all of your friends, too! Friends, boyfriends and family members can definitely help propel your sorority toward an easy win for the philanthropy of your choice. This will only take about two seconds, so log onto Facebook (not that we need to tell you to) and start clicking that “like” button! Best of luck to everyone!

Wrapsody of Auburn is devoted to providing Auburn’s sororities with the most unique and thoughtful Greek gifts. From bath wraps to monogrammed Anoraks and Christmas ornaments, we’ve got a gift to satisfy every occasion, no matter what sorority! Come into Wrapsody of Auburn today and check out our upstairs floor, which is entirely reserved for Greek apparel, gifts and accessories. Trust us…you won’t find these special items anywhere else! To view our Greek merchandise, please visit our website at http://www.wrapsodyonline.com and click “Go Greek” at the top.

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