The modern day Tupperware party? Brunch, booze and bags. At least that’s what industrial chic San Francisco brand Timbuk2 would have you believe. In honor of spring cleaning, a much needed girl’s day out or just a beautiful Saturday in Denver, Timbuk2 is throwing what the bag company is calling the Bad A$$ Break Up (With Your Bag) Brunch Party all day Saturday, April 25, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at their Larimer Square shop located at 1411 Larimer Street.
There’s no two ways about it, breaking up from a bad relationship is depressing — between dividing up your stuff to fighting over joint custody of Fluffy. Breaking up with last year’s purse –- not so terrible. Especially when there’s food and booze waiting to drown your sorrows.
Admission to the Bad A$$ Break Up party is free; DIY beermosas and local brews will be on offer from Breckenridge Brewery, along with mimosas and beer floats, pizza and doughnuts from Little Man Ice Cream, Marquis Pizza and Voodoo Doughnut. Food and drinks are gratis if you’re participating in the bag exchange; otherwise everything will be available to purchase a la carte.
Fashionistas, if you are looking to make some room in your closet, bring in any bag to be reused or recycled and get 30 percent off a stylish new Timbuk2 bag the same day. You can feel good knowing it’s not going to waste, and Timbuk2 will either donate it to Sox Place, show you how to sell it on Yerdle, or recycle it through Terracycle to make way for that new spring wardrobe. Known for customizable, color blocked, mix-and-match messenger bags, Timbuk2's products are functional, practical and universally appealing. Because no one needs excess baggage.
To RSVP as a VIP and cut the line, register on Timbuk2's Eventbrite event page.
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