HOLIDAY GIFTS AND SAVINGS WITH BOARDROOM SOCKS

United States, North Carolina, Charlotte – 12-02-2020 (PRDistribution.com) — Free Laundry Sock Bag with December Purchase of Over $75 from Boardroom Socks 

Boardroom Socks is offering customers a free sock laundry bag with the purchase of at least $75 of merchandise from December 2nd through December 9th. The family owned and operated men’s dress sock company is best known for their dress socks for men. The socks sold at Boardroomsocks.com are available to customers in a variety of styles, colors, lengths, fits, and materials. The offering of a free laundry sock bag with the purchase of Boardroom Socks’ merchandise comes during the holiday season as an incentive for individuals to explore new sock collections and receive a complimentary gift.The men’s dress socks sold at Boardroom Socks are either made from merino wool or pima cotton. They are available in mid-calf and over-the-calf lengths and come in both solid colors as well as patterned variations. Socks are also available for purchase in gift boxes and bundles. Customers who purchase $75 worth of socks or accessories from December 2nd – December 9th 2020 (while supplies last), will receive a free sock laundry bag to help care for and maintain their socks. For information on proper washing techniques of men’s dress socks, customers are recommended to visit the related blog post on the topic. Of the products at Boardroom Socks, CEO Nathan James has said, “We go to great lengths to make sure that every pair is comfortable, durable, and classically stylish.” Socks feature an extra layer of spun yarn around the heel and toe area to help maintain comfort and durability as they rub against shoes. Men’s dress socks from Boardroom Socks also have a proprietary balance of spandex to enhance their ability to stay up without squeezing the wearers’ calves.  Boardroom Socks has over 500 verified reviews from real customers to support all claims. “I appreciate greatly my conversation with Nathan and having a company like yours to deal with. In this day and age, it appears to be all too rare. Thank you for the personal and human connection – not to mention the quality of, and the attention you give, to the socks. We have been looking for this for a long time. Thank you,” wrote Roberta T. following her purchase of the Black Merino Wool Over the Calf Dress Socks, SKU 1000.All Boardroom Socks products are locally made in North Carolina. The company was initially started by Co-Founders and husband and wife team Mike and Carol James. Boardroom Socks continues to be run by Mike and Carol as well as by their son, CEO Nathan James. The company is committed to quality, durability, and customer service for all clientele.For holiday savings and to receive your free laundry sock back with a purchase of $75 in December, visit Boardroomsocks.com. You may also contact Boardroom Socks at [email protected] or directly call to speak with a representative at 855-379-7625.

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Company Name: Boardroom Socks
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Carrie Brunner grew up in a small town in northern New Brunswick. She studied chemistry in college, graduated, and married her husband one month later. They were then blessed with two baby boys within the first four years of marriage. Having babies gave their family a desire to return to the old paths – to nourish their family with traditional, homegrown foods; rid their home of toxic chemicals and petroleum products; and give their boys a chance to know a simple, sustainable way of life. They are currently building a homestead from scratch on two little acres in central Texas. There’s a lot to be done to become somewhat self-sufficient, but they are debt-free and get to spend their days living this simple, good life together with their five young children. Carrie writes mostly on provincial stories.
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