OmegaThe Omega boutique in Seattle downtown showcased not only its usual glamour but also the generosity of the company and its customers last Tuesday, June 28. A reception held by Omega and Vogue in the support of the Moyer Foundation brought local watches fans and administrative staff from Omega headquarters to the store. “We (Omega) are donating ten percent of the proceeds of the watch sales during the whole week of the event,” said boutique assistant manager Matthew Clarke.

(From left): Head of retail Brice Le Troadec, Karen Moyer, international retail training manager Marion Fernandez, and boutique manager Ampapan Chislett.The Omega boutique in Seattle downtown showcased not only its usual glamour but also the generosity of the company and its customers last Tuesday, June 28.

A reception held by Omega and Vogue in the support of the Moyer Foundation brought local watches fans and administrative staff from Omega headquarters to the store.

“We (Omega) are donating ten percent of the proceeds of the watch sales during the whole week of the event,” said boutique assistant manager Matthew Clarke.

The event offered its guests a preview of the latest Ladymatic collection of timepieces, which is designed specifically for women that are exclusive to the Omega Boutiques.

Clarke said that Omega is at least donating several thousands to the Moyer Foundation.

Headquartered in Seattle, the Moyer Foundation’s mission is to empower children in distress by providing education and support.

“We’ll continue our work on children and distress, not only in Seattle but around the whole world,” Omega Ladymaticsaid Karen Moyer, the wife of Mariner’s ex-pitcher Jamie Moyer.

Under an environment with soft music, champagne and delicate food provided by Lisa Dupar Catering, the event was a blast.

“It was my first time in an Omega shop and I may as well become a fan in the future,” said a guest who would like to remain anonymous.

Having over 160 years of history, Omega was founded in 1848. The company produces the only kind of watches that have been worn on the moon. Omega has been the official timekeeper of the Olympic games since 1932 and will mark its 25th time in next year’s Olympic.

Opened in last December, Seattle’s Omega boutique located in Fairmont Hotel is currently expanding. It will soon have a service center available to customers in fall.

“Customers can visit the service center and see our master watch technicians at work,” Clarke said. “Our goal is to give everyone the very best customer service available anywhere in the Northwest.”

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