GIVEAWAY: Coventry Village-Inspired Change Purse

Enter to win a BolsitaBebe Change Purse for Charity inspired by the Eastside's Coventry Village. Pictured here is her Athens design.

When Scott and I lived in Shaker Heights, one of our favorite Eastside neighborhoods to visit (still is – even though we’re in Avon Lake) was Coventry Village.

There’s Big Fun, wine at La Cave du Vin, delicious food at Tommy’s, and I can thank City Buddha for helping me find some unique accessories for this year’s Jump Back Ball.   As Coventry-resident Elizabeth noted in Clue Into Cleveland’s first guest post, the neighborhood is also home to plenty of people-watching opportunities.

Because of this, when Jodi Schwaben told me about her handmade BolsitaBebe Change Purses for Charities, I realized her Coventry-inspired purse would be the perfect item for my second giveaway!

Jodi, who has the unique ability to combine classic taste with artistic and fun twists, names each handmade change purse after a different city or neighborhood (I just bought the Ohio City purse).  And for every purse purchased, she donates $1 to a new charity each month.

In April, BolsitaBebe raised funds for The Ronald McDonald House. This month’s non-profit is the Cleveland APL, an organization close to my heart because of my rescue cat Chloe.

One of my favorite things about Jodi’s change purses is that she writes up a little story on each one, tying in aspects of the place they are inspired by. For the Coventry Village purse, she writes:

Whether you’re at the Inn working the crossword or sipping on a Tommy’s milkshake, the Coventry Change Purse will keep your essentials close and your hands free so that you can clap for that awesome indy band at the Grog Shop.”

The Coventry Village Change Purse is brand new and not yet up on the BolsitaBebe Etsy site, so the winner of the Clue Into Cleveland giveaway will be the first person to receive this limited design.

Support a local designer and nonprofit by ordering a BolsitaBebe change purse or
enter my giveaway for the Coventry Village design!

There are 6 Ways to Enter The Giveaway
**You must leave a separate comment on this post for each entry**

1) Mandatory first entry: Leave a comment on this post telling me your favorite part about Coventry Village.

2) Follow @ADHicken AND @BolsitaBebe on Twitter

3) Twitter users can get an extra entry each day for tweeting: “Check out @ADHicken’s Clue Into #CLE #giveaway for a @BolsitaBebe Coventry Village Change Purse http://wp.me/pPIgG-za #etsy”.  Each day you do this, you must leave a new comment.

4) Click “like” on Clue Into Cleveland‘s AND BolsitaBebe Designs‘ Facebook pages. 

5) Follow Clue Into Cleveland through NetworkedBlogs.

6) Add my blog to your Google Reader (or add me to a blog roll if you have one). 


You have until Monday, May 23rd  at 11:59PM to enter.  And remember to leave a separate entry for each one of these that you accomplish – Good Luck!

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Disclosure: BolsitaBebe offered one change purse to give away to a lucky reader (to be selected via Random.org on Tuesday, May 24th). As always, my thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.

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11 Comments

  1. Big Fun!!! My very favorite favorite favorite place to find all sorts of quirky awesomeness.

  2. I love Coventry and went there so often when I was at JCU! Milkshakes from Tommy’s are definitely my favorite thing.

  3. Following both of you on Twitter.

  4. I follow you on Networked Blogs.

  5. My favorite part about Coventry Village is the variety of places there are to eat! I LOVE food!

  6. I follow you both on Twitter now!

  7. My favorite part of Coventry are all the crazy college memories I have from my JCU days. We’ll go with Thursday nights at either McNulty’s or Johnny Malloy’s with late night pizza from Guy’s.

  8. My favorite part of Coventry is the memories I have: drinking mocha colas at the Arabica (I also worked there for a month), going to the movies in the theater, watching football at BW3 on Sunday afternoons, eating Grums at the boat snapped park, the photo booth at Big and shopping at Pasport to Peru which at one was all I wore… Such found memories and since I have not been back in like *gulp* ten years – I have no idea what is still open. Sigh.

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