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Icing is a line of jewelry and accessory stores.
All about Icing
Icing is a chain of jewelry and accessories stores that's owned by Claire's, though its customers are a bit older. It tends to cater more to women in their 20s, though there are pieces for all ages here! They have lots of different types of jewlery and accessories, including earrings, bracelets, chokers, necklaces, sunglasses, cat ears, fanny packs, and lots more. They even have gifts and drinkware. They also have a line of bridal jewelry if your special day is coming up. And don't forget, you can get your ears pierced here!
Are you interested in saving money at Icing? Then there are a few different things you can do. Start by adding Icing to your favorite stores right here on Tiendeo. That way, you'll always have the latest Icing coupons and discounts all in one place. You can also head on over to their official website, www.icing.com, where you can shop the latest deals in store, plus the sale section. Don't forget to sign up for their e-mail newsletter either, as this will give you access to exclusive savings and discounts that are only for subscribers.
The history of Icing
Icing was purchased by Claire's in 1996; at the time it at 85 stores. Later, Clarie's also purchased Afterthoughts, which wree converted to Icing stores. Today, there are over 350 Icing store locations in the U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico.
Icing works hard to prevent sexual assault
As a store whose main customers are young women, Icing does a lot of work on an issue that's sadly relevant to a lot of their core customers - sexual assault. The stores do lots of work to help prevent sexual assault, as well as to provide resources to help those in need.
The program is called "It's On Us (To Stop Sexual Assault)", and it's a nationwide campaign to get people to personally pledge to keep people (men and women alike) safe. They ask the pledgers not to be bystanders, but instead become part of the solution.
There are four steps thye have - recognizing, identifying, intervening, and creating. Each is essential in creating an environment where sexual assault is ended.
Their website has lots of great tips to help their customers participate in helping this come to an end.