Bamboo keeps our soil stronger, our air cleaner, and our environment healthier. Not only is it 3 degrees cooler than cotton, it’s twice as soft and naturally repels odor.
Austin, Texas (PRWEB)
August 09, 2017
The first Cariloha store in Austin, Texas is opening in The Domain Northside at 3211 Palm Way by welcoming guests and customers to a grand opening celebration on August 12 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. during the tax-free holiday as Texas families prepare to send their children back to school.
As part of making its grand entrance into the Domain Northside, visitors to the 1,500-square-foot store will receive a complimentary bamboo lei just for stopping by, along with hors de ‘oeuvres, refreshments, prizes, discounts and giveaways.
Cariloha store visitors will also enjoy feeling the luxuriously soft difference of Cariloha’s entire line of eco-friendly bamboo products, including mattresses, pillows, sheets and duvets, men’s and women’s shirts, shorts, socks, underwear, fitness wear and more – all made from eco-conscious bamboo fabrics.
The name ‘Cariloha’ comes from a combination of ‘Cari’ for Caribbean and ‘loha’ for Aloha from Hawaii: the Cariloha bamboo concept was inspired by the breezy, relaxed lifestyle of the islands. Cariloha is the only multi-store retailer in the world to provide an entire store experience that’s completely merchandised with products made from eco-friendly bamboo fabrics. Bamboo is one of the most sustainable, renewable resources on the planet and produces more oxygen than a comparable number of trees.
Local Cariloha Austin store owners, Charles and Rebecca Burke, first fell in love with the softness of Cariloha bamboo bedding and clothing while visiting the Cariloha store in Cozumel, Mexico where they purchased sheets, towels, blankets, and shirts for themselves and their family.
“We wanted to share our excitement with others who may not know about bamboo products,” said Rebecca Burke. “Bamboo regenerates naturally and is one of the most eco-friendly resources on the planet. It keeps our soil stronger, our air cleaner, and our environment healthier. Not only is it 3 degrees cooler than cotton, it’s twice as soft and naturally repels odor and allergens.”