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‘Share the Love’ LuLaRoe Shopping Event Supports Phoenix Center

A LuLaRoe shopping event is 3:30-6:30 p.m. April 21 benefits Phoenix Center of Marble Falls. Photo from

MARBLE FALLS — With the goal of helping children and families, 10 Highland Lakes LuLaRoe consultants are bringing the latest trends and styles to First United Methodist Church of Marble Falls on Friday, April 21, for a "Share the Love" shopping event benefitting the Phoenix Center of Marble Falls.

The event is 3:30-6:30 p.m. in the church gymnasium, 1101 Bluebonnet Drive.

Shoppers can choose from products ranging from $23-$75 in cost and in sizes toddler to adult women (up to 3XL). Since LuLaRoe only makes 5,000 of one print, that means there's a limited availability of each item.

DeAnne Stidham created LuLaRoe as a way for her to have more time with her family. For a period in her life, she was a single mother with seven children and started a business liquidating end-of-the-season dresses, but with the dream of starting her own clothing line and the help of her now-husband Mark, she came up with LuLaRoe.

But it wasn't just about her. Stidham saw her business as a way to help other women have a career but still have time for family and other things.

As for the styles, "Every piece has its own story."

From development to production, the hands of artists and craftsmen from around the world touch every LuLaRoe print and design. According to the LuLaRoe website at, the company is “a blessing to the lives of over 100,000 families."

On Friday, the local consultants want to be a blessing to the lives of area children and families who use Phoenix Center services.

The Phoenix Center of Marble Falls provides high-quality mental health care "to every family and child through innovative trauma-informed therapy and education."

The center offers counseling for children and families who have experienced trauma; children's group therapy utilizing music therapy, play therapy, art therapy, animal-assisted therapy, and yoga; parenting groups; and Camp Phoenix.

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