Blissliving Home to Hold Shopping Event for MS Society

ROCKVILLE, Md.-Blissliving Home is scheduling a shopping event that will benefit the National MS Society, which conducts efforts to find a cure for multiple sclerosis.

Consumers can shop on Blissliving's online boutique, blisslivinghome.com, or place an order through the company's customer-service telephone line, 866-95-BLISS on April 11-17. Twenty percent of all sales from the event will be donated to "Andra's Team" for Walk MS Washington, D.C., an event hosted by the National MS Society.

"Andra's Team" has been set up to honor Andra Jurist, an MS sufferer and friend to Mei Xu, chief executive officer of Blissliving Home. The Walk MS event in Washington is scheduled for April 17, the last day of the Blissliving Home shopping event.

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