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Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, or you’re a total Flue-bie, then you know that May 15th is International Fluevog Day (IFD)! Why is this day so special? First, it’s John Fluevog’s birthday. What better way to celebrate Mr. Fluevog’s birthday than to head to your local Fluevog store to buy a pair of Vogs for yourself? In particular, Fluevog runs a 15% off promotion for shoes purchased in stores. It doesn’t sound like a lot, but considering some of the more popular styles never go on sale, 15% off is fantastic!

Is your town lacking in Fluevog greatness? Well don’t fret because there are some great things happening online as well. For those of you who order online, you get FREE shipping! Wa-hoo! Here’s a friendly tip: If you call your favorite store and have them ship your Vogs as opposed to ordering online, you can take advantage of the 15% off or FREE shipping – whatever works in your favor. You hear that?! I’m sure our friends at Haight Street can’t wait the hear from you;)

To help celebrate IFD, the MotleyFlue will be counting down to one of the best days of the year! Starting tomorrow, we will be posting a daily reason why you should celebrate IFD in a BIG way. We hope you’re ready for our countdown to Fluevog fabulousness. Be sure to mark your calendars and leave work early on May 15th!

For the love of Fluegasms,

j-ro

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Author: jlrondilla

Joanne L. Rondilla, is a scholar, writer, and educator (not necessarily in that order). She received her Ph.D. at UC Berkeley in Ethnic Studies and her B.A. in Art Studio and Asian American Studies at UC Santa Barbara. Her research focuses on beauty, race, gender, the body, and colonialism. She is the co-author of "Is Lighter Better? Skin Tone Discrimination Among Asian Americans" (with Paul Spickard) and the co-editor of "Pacific Diaspora: Island Peoples in the United States and Across the Pacific" (with Paul Spickard and Debbie Hippolite-Wright). Born and raised in Dededo, Guam, Joanne considers the San Francisco Bay area home. Outside of the academy, she has more than twelve years of work experience in the cosmetics industry as a skincare specialist and make-up artist. While she's not an Imelda Marcos fan, Joanne does love her Fluevogs!

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