CofC Entrepreneur of the Year Hosts King Street Pop-Ups

On December 9th and 10th, College of Charleston’s Carlie Christenson will be selling her product and fashion fix, Boob-eez, at two King Street’s boutiques, V2V and Bevello.

Adored by celebrities like Brooke Burke, Dolly Parton, and Eva Longoria, Boob-eez are super-thin silicone discs that offer an invisible barrier between breasts and clothing. They’re a quick fashion fix for all types of women experiencing all types of scenarios.

As founder of Boob-eez, Christenson has been awarded numerous accolades including 2016 Student Entrepreneur of the Year, 2016 Women Student Entrepreneur of the Year, as well as an Honorable Mention in 2017 for Charleston Woman to Watch.

Carlie invented Boob-eez when she was 9 years old to solve a problem – her headlights needing concealing. She decided on the name Boob-eez because it’s fun and brings a little humor to an otherwise embarrassing subject.

Here's this weekend's schedule:

  • Saturday, December 9, 3-5pm at V2V, 295 King Street
  • Sunday, December 10, 1-4pm at Bevello, 285 King Street

To learn more about the product, visit Boob-eez.com

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