Fabletics is making shopping for stylish apparel simple and saves you time shopping

People have busy lives. They don’t have time to shop for the perfect outfit, much less the perfect outfit to head to the gym in. Time spent shopping could be better spent on things like going to the gym or enjoying your life. Fabletics helps streamline shopping for workout gear and makes it easy and affordable to get the stylish outfits that you are looking for. The goal at Fabletics is to inspire people to live and enjoy a healthy and active lifestyle. Their clothing helps people achieve that goal and the easy shopping they provide to their customers gives them back more time to enjoy their lives.

 

Fabletics launched in 2013, when Kate Hudson, along with the other founders, saw that there was something lacking in the workout apparel industry. There were plenty of expensive brands that people could purchase, but they were out of reach for most people. There were a few affordable brands, but the quality was lacking and they would fall apart after only a few workouts. Fabletics set out to bridge the two worlds by offering quality and stylish workout apparel at a price that people could actually afford. They started with a monthly subscription membership business model that has proven wildly successful, and turned Fabletics into a multimillion dollar business.

 

After finding such success online, even with heavyweights like Amazon dominating the online apparel industry, Fabletics has decided to open physical stores. They are using a reverse showroom technique to sell their apparel in store and online. When their customers shop in store, the items also go into their online shopping cart. Then they can choose to purchase it later, if they wish. When many stores are losing business to online stores who sell the items cheaper, it doesn’t matter to Fabletics whether their customers purchase online or in store. They simply are offering another level of customer service to their members. Their stores also get to know the styles and trends of the communities that they serve, making it easier to know what outfits to offer their customers. Their store also helps boost their online membership by signing up a fourth of those who enter their stores to become monthly members.

 

The reason that their members come back month after month is the great quality and service that they receive. Kate Hudson makes sure that all the outfits offered are the latest trends and styles available in the marketplace. The quality can be compared to that of the expensive brands, at a fraction of the cost. They are so soft and comfortable, you will want to wear them in your daily life, not just to the gym. You will find that Fabletics clothing retains its shape, compression, and color after many times through the washing machine. You will be sure to be looking fantastic and have the support you need for many workouts to come. Thanks to the quiz you take when you sign up, the website and offerings will be customized to your preferences and lifestyle, making shopping quick and easy.

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Former Hawks Owner Sues Insurance Company Over Ferry Settlement

The Atlanta Hawks Entertainment and Baskteball LLC, the former group owning NBA franchise, filed a lawsuit against New Hemisphere Insurance Company for involvement in Contract breach on the settlement claims by Danny Ferry, the former general manager.

The former ownership group of the Hawks (AHBE) encompassed Bruce Levenson, the controlling partner. The lawsuit had nothing to do with the current ownership of Hawk led by Tony Ressler, the principle owner. The litigation, filed in the Fulton County Superior Court on Sept, 13 against New Hemisphere Insurance Firm, is a civil lawsuit for contract breach and assurance stale faith. AHBE claims that his company was insured a policy that would cover his business for certain losses regarding “Workplace Torts” and “Wrongful Termination.” According to the documents in court, AHBE gave notice to the insurance company on April 2, 2015, that the claims were asserted by Ferry that was thought to be covered.

Hawks and Ferry ownership reached an agreement on June 22, 2015, reports ESPN, finishing the six-year relationship, 2012, $18 million relationships. The approval for the sale of the franchise to the group led by Ressler came two days later. According to the current Hawks ownership spokesman: “We are conscious of the protest. The involved parties have no ties to Atlanta Hawks, and we have no further comment regarding this matter.”

According to the documents in court, the amount of the lawsuit is confidential. The litigation states that the policy liability confidential limits are sufficient in playing AHBE’s claim.

Bruce Levenson is the United Communications Group (UGC) Partner and Co-Founder. Mr. Bruce Levenson is also Atlanta Spirit, LLC. Owner. He co-founded UGC in 1977 with Mr. Ed Peskowitz. Before founding UGC, he authored for Observer Publishing and Washington Star. He has also directed TechTarget, Inc. He is also an active philanthropist, states PR Newswire.