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Where Was Phil? On Saturday, He Made an Appearance at a LuLaRoe Pop-Up Party

On Saturday, May 13, Lauren Maltba had a pop-up party for LuLaRoe. She began being involved with LuLaRoe in February of 2016 and has made a humungous impact on women in the High Country in just that short amount of time. Maltba is a Trainer with the company, meaning she supports a team of 22+ women who also own their own LuLaRoe businesses. 

For those of you who don’t know, LuLaRoe is a clothing company that is known for their “buttery soft” leggings. It’s a company that also offers women’s tops, dresses, skirts, kimonos, cardigans, as well as, a children’s and men’s clothes line. All products are available in a variety of sizes and brightly colored fabrics and are strictly unique to the brand. You’ll never have to worry about showing up to an event just to find that you’re wearing the same thing as someone else!

“Considering Boone has limited shopping options, this is a great place to shop and support a local business,” Maltba said. 

Maltba is incredibly active and community-minded, constantly giving back to the community. Like WAMY, she believes that it is of the utmost importance to encourage and empower women. 

That’s why, when Phil heard about the pop-up party that she was throwing for LuLaRoe, he just had to pop in for a visit!

Even though it was his day off, Phil had an amazing Saturday getting to see everyone at the pop-up party while also still being involved in the community.


Check back soon as Phil starts his week off with determination to flush out poverty in our home!


If you would like to learn more about LuLaRoe and Lauren Maltba and shop with her wonderful and unique store, visit her Facebook at www.facebook.com/groups/lularoelaurenmaltba.

Phil loves parties, especially parties that help to benefit the community in some way!