Everyone talks about shopping locally, but does it really make a difference? Mitchell Walzer and Brenda Johnson, the owners of Love Revolution, certainly think so. Ever since they opened their doors in 2011, they have committed their time, money, and expertise to dozens of local events, charities, and fundraisers, which is only one of the many benefits the community receives when customers support this unique local business.
Shopping locally has proven to be one of the best ways to keep small towns vibrant, interesting, and healthy. Not only is it is a great way to spend time with friends, at Love Revolution, it is fun to be able to see, feel, smell, and try on intimate boudoir items. You will also learn much more about products from the highly educated and confidential staff, informing your buying decision much better.
Love Revolution offers locally made products, further supporting the Ashland community. The money spent here keeps circulating within the local economy because when these local business owners make money, they spend it locally, contributing to a thriving community that stays strong even when national and global economies are not. Additionally, their taxes support local police, firefighters, and all of the city services that directly benefit residents.
Mitchell and Brenda work hard to make the most of their customers’ shopping time and money. They personally scrutinize thousands of items and choose the safest, highest-quality items. Customers can depend on getting the best value knowing the thought and care that goes into the selection of each product.
Did you know that small businesses like Love Revolution give two and a half times more to local nonprofits than large businesses do? In the nearly five years since they opened, Mitchell and Brenda have supported and participated in dozens of local fundraisers, charities, and benefits, including participating in panels for the Southern Oregon Birth Connections Family Fair and SOU’s Relationship and Sexuality classes, taking part in the SOU Self-Pleasure Workshop, sponsoring the Exotic Erotic Ball, collaborating with wellness facilitators, and hosting well over one hundred classes on sexual and relationship health and wellness. This community involvement is made possible because of Rogue Valley residents who shop locally.
The warm, uplifting, sensory feeling of shopping at locally owned businesses like Love Revolution is something a website shopping experience can never hope to provide, nor can virtual shopping match the personal service Mitchell, Brenda, and their staff offer to help you choose the perfect unique and personal gift that is sure to please.
You are warmly invited to stop in at Love Revolution—the place where spirituality and sensuality meet.
383 E. Main St.