Hanky Panky x POMP ‘Spread the Love’ Newsstand
Hanky Panky and POMP Flowers have come together to celebrate Valentine’s Day in New York City. Paying homage to the place that inspires lovers across the world to move to the city to meet their match, the one-day pop-up will celebrate a New York love affair. To honor the season of love, the brands will be debuting the ‘Spread the Love Newsstand’ on Thursday, January 26th in Union Square. The newsstand will feature Hanky Panky’s Signature Lace thongs styled as rose shaped thongs, POMP florals featuring their signature roses, complimentary hot chocolate, love letter writing to New York and loved ones, and more. On-site, visitors have the opportunity to receive a free Hanky Panky thong rose by taking an Instagram and tagging @HankyPanky and @POMPflowers, where the first 100 visitors will receive a special code to send a free Hanky Panky rose and POMP shears to a loved one through HankyPanky.com
The newsstand pop-up starts at 11AM and will remain open throughout the day, while supplies last, with all remaining flowers being donated to Petals for Hope after the event. A special surprise guest will also be stopping by to hand out roses himself. More information on Hanky Panky’s special Valentine’s Day offerings is available at HankyPanky.com.
Venue: Union Square
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