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Only A Few Days Left Vote for Your Favorite Wee Chic Little Characters Ad

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Only a few days left to vote!  Voting campaign will end 5pm 7/28 and results will be tallied that evening.  Stay tuned as the winning ad will appear in the September issue of Baltimore Magazine when the fall campaign will launch.

The Little Characters Campaign is over, and now comes the best part: Choosing your favorite ad for Wee Chic Boutique to kick off their fall children’s clothing campaign. Do you see anyone you know?  30 local kids were selected in the 2013 program. We need your help! Please take a look at the adorable ads below & vote for your favorite.

 

Ad #1  (Vote below if this one speaks to you)

Ad #1

Ad #2  (Vote below if this one is your fav)

Ad #2

Ad #3  (Vote below if this one moves you to shop for children…NOW)

Ad #3

Ad #4  (Vote below if this one if you think it’s the cutest)

Ad #4

Ad #5  (Vote below if this one is the one you’ve been waiting for)

Ad #5

 

Note:  1 vote per Cookie per day. 

 

We have to give credit, where credit is due:

Styling: Bridget Quinn Stickline of Wee Chic

Art Direction: Bridget Quinn Stickline of Wee Chic & Laura Black of Laura Black Photography

Photography: Laura Black Photography

Site: The Palisades of Towson Luxury Apartments

Ad design: MLC Designs

Hair: Brian Oliver

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