Yankee Candle Nyc Pop Up

Every single employee was friendly and welcoming, and most of all helpful. I stopped in after work… Everyone's decorating obsession, Yankee Candle, is opening a holiday pop-up in Soho that will include its other brands, WoodWick and Chesapeake Bay. SOUTH DEERFIELD, Mass., Nov. 8, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Home fragrance expert Yankee Candle opens its first-ever experiential pop-up shop, CandlePower by Yankee Candle, in New York City on November 9. Inspired by the power of scent, CandlePower is located at 503 Broadway in the SoHo  Eventbrite - Yankee Candle presents CandlePower Pop-Up For the first time ever, locals and holiday tourists alike can shop Yankee Candle's array of fragrances at the brand's Candle Power pop-up shop.

Located in Manhattan's SoHo neighborhood, and opening on November 9, the pop-up is an experiential boutique complete with immersive, multi-sensory  Yankee Candle's pop-up shop in New York is one of many trying to cater to experience-hungry millennials this holiday season. The power of scent is the theme of a just-opened experiential pop-up from Yankee Candle. The brand's first-ever pop-up, CandlePower by Yankee Candle, is located in Manhattan's SoHo neighborhood. Store offers an interactive experience and 10 immersive exhibits designed to ignite the  Yankee Candle has opened its first experiential pop-up shop, CandlePower by Yankee Candle, in New York City. Located at 503 Broadway in the SoHo neighborhood, the 5340-square-foot store features 10 immersive exhibits that are said to ignite the sens. The first-ever Yankee Candle store in New York, a pop-up that will be open at 503 Broadway in Soho from Nov 9 to Jan 3, has the perfect solution for that.

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“12 reviews of CandlePower by Yankee Candle "Very cool- definitely an " experience" from the optical illusions straight down to the customer service. ”