Parents everywhere are dreading the time when their child has to leave the nest and head off into the real world. There are tons of stress factors that go into the weeks, months, and years of planning this memorable moment, not to mention the stress that comes along with actually having to leave your child on a college campus in hopes that they make the right choices.
If there were any way to avoid some of these seemingly inevitable stress factors, you would want to know, right? Well have no fear The Container Store is here.
Even though CS welcomes any customer with even the most stubborn organizational problem during regular business hours, on Sunday, July 24, the store is hosting an event dedicated to just college-bound students and their parents. The Container Store College Night will be at 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
This will be a great time for you, parents, to tackle any idea for dorm room life, and with the wide variety of colors and styles, each student will be sure to find something that will fit his or her new lifestyle. Parents and students will also be able to mingle and maybe even befriend another family that is sending its young adult off to the same school.
Are you or your college student at a loss for ideas? With there being a few weeks before the event, it’s a perfect time for brainstorming. Dig deep for some ideas for what your son or daughter wants his or her perfect dorm room to be. Nothing is more important than being comfortable at a home away from home, especially when tackling all the other stresses that come along with the college experience.
The CS offers a whole line of organizational products that are made just for dorms. With the neat design pallets that the CS has already put together on its website, it is fast and easy to look through certain themes to get a feel for what he or she wants to look for at College Night. While taking a look around the website, you can go ahead and register for the event right on the main page. Don’t miss out on this fun, social get-together that will help get your son or daughter’s dorm put together.