Jaclyn Tacoronte – JMT Media, LLC. – September 20, 2018
Boutique Boutique NYC, a Staten Island boutique clothing store, is hosting it’s very first inaugural Boutique Boss Fashion Show. This event is bringing together local bosses, from non-profit leaders to small business entrepreneurs, for an evening of fashion and fun. The ribbon-cutting and fashion show will take place at 245 Richmond Valley Rd, Staten Island, NY 10309 on Thursday September 27, 2018 from 6:00pm-9:00pm.
Owners, Terri Coté and Russell Cascardo, will be putting on a show for everyone to enjoy. G uest community models include:
Barrington Burke-Green, President and CEO for Visiting Nurses Association of Staten Island
Dominick Ciccarelli, President for The Construct Relief Foundation
Pamela Columbia, President of Statewide Fire Corporation
Anthony Libecci, District Sales Coordinator for Aflac
Rachel Rusi, CEO and President for Goal Mine and Juice Mine
Jennifer Sammartino-Mallen, Director of Tourism for the Staten Island Borough President’s Office
“First impressions and the confidence people get from what they wear is important to us. We are excited to work with local bosses to display their confidence and have fun while wearing our clothes,” says Terri Cot é , owner of Boutique Boutique NYC.
ABOUT BOUTIQUE BOUTIQUE NYC
Russell Cascardo is a successful entrepreneur and is always looking to get his fingers on new ventures. At a very early age Russell, realized his love of fashion would often result in closing deals because of this newly found confidence. Mr. Cascardo manages his real estate portfolio along with helping his wife, Terri Cote run their boutique. Terri Coté is the ultimate mom-entrepreneur. She raises their three sons ages 14, 6, and 2. At first, it was a business opportunity and after going to her first trade show, she fell love with the business. Meeting so many people from around the world and being introduced to so many different styles in fashion has become second nature. Keeping up with the latest trends and adding in her own flare has been exciting for her. Her flexibility in being an entrepreneur allows her to still commit to her sons daily routine and helping at their school.
Both, Russell & Terri act as parishioners at Our Lady Help of Christians. Additionally, they are members of the Executive Club of Staten Island and the Staten Island Chamber of Commerce, Business Guild II and the Verrazano Kiwanis Club.
They believe in supporting local businesses and giving back to the community whether its attending fundraisers for charity, for schools or donating; they strive to always give back.
For more information, please visit www.boutiqueboutiquenyc.com
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