Bath & Body Words Spring Fragrance Event

CELEBRATE AMERICA’S FAVORITE FRAGRANCES
At the Bath & Body Works Spring Fragrance Event

Flowers are budding, birds are chirping, and Signature Collection fragrances are in full bloom. Celebrate the arrival of spring in style with Bath & Body Works’ Celebration of Fragrance Event, Saturday April 14th. Gather your friends and head to BBW to discover new fragrances, get a personalized fragrance makeover, and FREE gifts just for you! Fall in love with fragrance this spring with fun, interactive experiences, only at Bath & Body Works:

WHO: Bath & Body Works

WHAT: Spring Fragrance Party

WHEN: Saturday, April 14th 10am – 4pm

WHERE: Select Bath & Body Works stores nationwide

ONE-ON-ONE FRAGRANCE MAKEOVER CONSULTATION: Ever wonder if your daily fragrance ritual is right for you? Now’s your chance to work with one of our fragrance experts to customize your scent experience. You’ll learn how to wear fragrance for any and every occasion and walk away with a personalized prescription for a custom fragrance regimen.

TAKE THE SIGNATURE FRAGRANCE CHALLENGE: Show what you know about America’s favorite fragrances by taking our “Blind Fragrance Test”. Playing the game enters you to win a Signature Fine Fragrance Mist of your choice. A winner will be selected every hour during the event!

FREE GIFT FROM BATH & BODY WORKS: When you make any full-size Signature Collection purchase, you can choose a full-size Signature Shower Gel in Japanese Cherry Blossom, Paris Amour, Sweet Pea, Moonlight Path or Twilight Woods and a travel size Body Lotion from the new Signature Wild Garden Collection. Be one of the first 20 customers at the register with your purchase to receive a full size Signature Fine Fragrance Mist!

Visit the Event Page at Facebook.com/BathandBodyWorks or go to BathandBodyWorks.com/Event for details


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