The samples, from Bay Area fledgling company LLXLLQ, were being used to close sales at local stores during the ever-important holiday retail season, according to company spokesperson Johanna Nilsson. In addition, the 50 pairs of hand-made shoes were slated to be sold at a later date, with the profits going to several local women’s charities.
“It goes against the grain of the holiday spirit, when people are focused on giving and helping those in need,” Nilsson said. “While the right-footed shoes have no street value, their theft destroys our entire samples inventory, plus the money we intended to raise from their sale for charities,” she added.
Nilsson is appealing to local media outlets to spread the word, hoping that someone will return the shoes with no questions asked. A reward will be given to the person returning the LLLXLLQ shoes.
For more information, please contact Johanna Nilsson, LLXLLQ, 650-516-7463, firstname.lastname@example.org
About LLXLLQ – http://www.llxllq.com
LLXLLQ offers women high-quality shoes in sizes 10-12. The shoes are designed by the founder and CEO Lucia Lucka Klansek and handcrafted in Italy. In one marketplace, http://www.llxllq.com, women can find beautiful and comfortable shoes for every occasion. The company is headquartered in Palo Alto, CA.