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Mode at Revivals Furniture Benefits Desert AIDS Project
Collection featured during Modernism Week Events
PALM SPRINGS, CA (February 17, 2017) – Revivals Stores will celebrate its new store location in Palm Desert with a ribbon cutting by the Palm Desert Chamber of Commerce on March 15 at 4 PM followed by a hosted mixer at 5 PM. The location of the Palm Desert store is 72-885 Hwy 111 (across from Westfield Mall).
During Modernism Week, it’s assortment of new Mode at Revivals furniture, lighting, rugs, accessories, and wall décor will be featured in The Desert Sun’s booth at CAMP, Modernism Weeks Community and Meeting Place, and in the Christopher Kennedy Compound’s Resource Room. Revivals will be creating living room spaces that showcase its new furniture collections to let designers and tastemakers know that purchasing through Revivals supports Desert AIDS Project.
Christopher Kennedy competed in this year’s Dancing with the Desert Stars to benefit Desert AIDS Project and was quick to say yes to including Mode at Revivals furniture within the now iconic Modernism Week event.
Attendees of the February 11 Steve Chase Humanitarian Awards partied late into the night surrounded by three collections of Hollywood Regency style Mode at Revivals furniture which became the setting for a live concert by La Bouche at the after-party.
About Revivals Stores
The very first Revivals store was opened in 1995, in a back corner of the Desert AIDS Project office on Vella Road. Since those earliest days, the funds raised through selling donated goods at Revivals has gone back to support client services at D.A.P., while also providing a great volunteer opportunity for those who want to support the organization with their time and retail talents. It continues to be a destination for bargain hunters, designers, and style influencers looking for unique items and creative inspiration.
Today, Revivals has three locations – Palm Springs, Cathedral City, and the newest location in Palm Desert. The stores are largely volunteer-run, enabling Revivals to make a significant financial contribution to the annual budget of Desert AIDS Project. Donations of clothing, furniture, small goods, and home décor help Desert AIDS Project to provide our community with needed medical, dental, counseling, and social support services– including nutrition, housing, and much more.
Revivals Stores won ‘Best Furniture Store’ and ‘Best Consignment / Resale Store’ in Desert Outlook Magazine’s 2017 Ultimate Pride Contest and was named Best Consignment / Resale store in Desert Magazine’s 2017 Best of the Valley Contest.