May 25, 2010

Shimmer in the City with Physicians Formula

Forget about Sex in the City, how about a little Shimmer in the City?

Physicians Formula is hosting a city-wide (New York City that is bronzing bonanza on Thursday, May 27th.

Time to kick off Summer and begin the celebration as Physicians Formula hits the streets of Manhattan with freebies, coupons, and other goodies throughout the day!

The brand will be giving on the spot bronzing tips and application from the Shimmer in the City Team and special special Physicians Formula Duane Reade offers with chances to win fabulous prizes!

The teams will be stationed throughout the day in the following around the following locations in Manhattan:

  • 8 am–10 am @ Penn Station
  • 11 am–1:30 pm @ Times Square
  • 2:30–3:30 pm @ Union Square
  • 2 pm–5 pm @ Herald Square

If you aren’t in New York no worries you can join in the fun and see what’s happening by tweeting with Physicians Formula @PFCosmetics and on their Facebook where you can have a chance to win some exclusive prizes and goodies by using the tag #ShimmerintheCity.

Have fun!

Can’t make the events but I’m so tweetin’ PF! Because I so NEED more shimmer in my life!

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  • Lucky

    Freebies, eh? The only things that should be handed out in Penn Station are hand sanitizers and etiquette manuals (though even Purell and Emily Post couldn’t fix what’s wrong with that crowd).