Happy birthday to us! One year ago today I launched Push + Pole, a scary yet exciting dive into the world of entrepreneurship, and we’re still alive and (slowly) thriving!
Here’s a little sneak peek of what’s to come this year!
More Pole Events
Last year we were able to make it to the mecca of pole dance events, Pole Expo, and PSO’s Northeast pole championship. This year we’re going to hit Pole Expo again and head to ATL for Pole Con! We’ll also be attending more regional pole competitions. A plus about moving to the middle of the US, is that it’s pretty convenient to travel domestically!
Getting our stuff into Studios
We want to reach as many pole dancing addicts and aerial enthusiasts as possible! While being online is a great platform to get our brand out there we’d like to eventually wholesale our goodies into pole studios and reach a bigger audience. Please pass our brand along if you think your studio may be interested in carrying Push + Pole!
Finding Brand Ambassadors
Another goal this year is to find some awesome pole dancers or aerial artists to represent our brand! We’re always on the lookout for fresh and unique artists & athletes to match our whimsical and fun brand.
Expanding our Product Line
Bras and shorts are almost here!! We are still in the back and forth design phase with our factory and will hopefully have our stuff ready by this fall! Super excited about it as this has been our top design goal for the brand.
If you haven’t checked it out yet, we’re having our One Year Birthday Bash Event where we are having 20% off our original launching designs!
Halloween is just a few short days away, and things aren’t exactly what they seem. Particularly when it comes to my cat. I’ve noticed him staring at my pole. Lounging with my Pleasers. Eyeing my drawer of pole clothes. I shake my head and tell myself it’s not possible. That everything pole related I’ve noticed lately is purely coincidence. That he’s just a cat, and cats don’t pole dance.
Or do they?
But when the photos came, I couldn’t find a single one that I liked. My costume was too big, and I showed. My stomach looked flabby. My hair was a mess. I didn’t hold some tricks nearly as long enough as I had thought, and those I had held weren’t really aimed at the audience. So, I had a good cry, shut my laptop, and decided to look back at them another day.