An Exclusive SMW Event! “The Thrill of the Heel”

By Allison O'Connor


Come Shop for Shoes—
And Socialize for a Wonderful Cause!


On Thursday, October 23, 2008, will be joining forces with E & J’s Designer Shoe Outlet in Scottsdale to present “The Thrill of the Heel,” an incredible evening of shopping, a runway show, prizes, wine tastings, and more, with 20% of the proceeds from all shoe sales being donated to Homeward Bound, the Arizona-based charity aiding families with children affected by domestic violence and homelessness.

“The Thrill of the Heel” will also offer one lucky party-goer the chance to become E & J’s newest leg model for print and web campaigns; auditions will be held during the runway show.

Event Details and Highlights 


Event Location:
E & J’s Designer Shoe Outlet, Pima Crossing Shopping Center, 8666 E. Shea Blvd, Scottsdale, AZ

 Date and Time:
Thursday, October 23, 2008, 6:30pm-9pm 

• 20% of all Shoe Sales
Benefits Homeward Bound


Wine Tasting and Hors d’Oeuvres
provided by Javinos Restaurant


 • Shoe Runway Show
• Be E & J’s Next Leg Model!
Strut your stuff in the latest shoe fashions and you could be chosen as E&J’s new model. RSVP online at now to reserve your spot on the catwalk.


RSVP Here For Event and Runway Auditions
No Later Than Tuesday, October 21st 


       Other raffle items include:


The Ah Ring from!
A  14k white gold stunner adorned with sparkling diamonds designed for single-and-proud gals, gift cards and much more.

• “SMW Swag Bag” Raffle!
Buy a $5 ticket and you could win a swag bag stuffed with books, beauty products, gift certificates, and more! Additional prizes will be raffled off every 30 minutes. A percentage of the proceeds will benefit Homeward Bound.  





“We at are thrilled to not only be hosting this fantastic event for women with E & J’s Designer Shoe Outlet, but also to have the opportunity to support a vital organization like Homeward Bound,” says Allison O’Connor, founder of the site. “We look forward to reaching out to more charities on both the local and national level.”

—Allison O’Connor, Founder,