Florida Retailer Wins AmericasMart Raffle

Jan ScullyJan Scully

NEWPORT NEWS, Va.-Retailer Jan Scully of the Dunedin, Fla.-based gift store Raspberries won the Fabulous on Fourteen floor party raffle at AmericasMart last month. She received a $1,000 gift card. 

Raffle entrants had to obtain a stamp from six out of the 10 showrooms on the fourteenth floor of Building 2 at AmericasMart during market on July 14. The showrooms that came together to throw the party include C & F Enterprises/Gallerie II, Candle Impressions, DB Imports, Diverse Marketing, Link Lifestyle, Roman Inc., The Rep Connection, Select Artificials, and Wilco.

"I am thrilled to win the $1,000 prize," Scully said in a statement issued by C & F. "What a generous gift from these great companies. The floor looked great and I enjoyed all the treats and specials in the various showrooms.  Raspberries gift shop will be shopping the Fabulous on 14 in January for sure."

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