December 2019 - February 2020 Newsletter
This coming year, Audrey’s will be celebrating their 40-year anniversary! Audrey’s was founded in 1980 by owner and designer Audrey Mull. She grew up on a dairy farm in Lancaster County, PA, but her real passion was dreaming up handmade crafts and products. At first, she sold her products in her parents' general store. Later, after marrying her husband Ken, she continued fashioning her products in their home. Their business grew over the years and the Mulls continue to drive the company forward with their passion for the business and creative product design.
Audrey's sign at Union Road entrance
Audrey & Ken Mull
Audrey’s has evolved into a premier supplier that offers a tremendous variety of products for a wide range of retailer types.  Each and every item offers superb pricing which provides retailers with excellent margins.

As part of the celebration for their 40th anniversary in business, Audrey and Ken will be offering a number of incentives and promotions throughout the year! Stay tuned for emails and other updates, so you can take advantage of these opportunities!
“We are truly thankful for our many customers that have supported us over the years and we look forward to serving our customers with the best product, pricing and design for many years to come.”
- Audrey Mull, Owner
Audrey’s Launches Nearly 700 New Items!
In just a few weeks, we will be introducing our 2020 collection of Fall, Holiday and Everyday in Atlanta and we are so excited to show you all that Audrey’s has to offer! We will be debuting the new release in the beautiful Audrey’s showroom at the International Gift Fair to be held January 14 - 21 at the AmericasMart in Atlanta, GA. We are located in Building 2 on the 6th floor in showroom #655-657 of the AmericasMart complex. If you are attending the show, be sure to stop by during the first few days to take advantage of our Atlanta early buy incentives. For further information, please click the link below.
Staying true to our aesthetically appealing top selling categories, you’ll discover an array of new holiday and fall collections as well as everyday finds in the categories of floral, home decor, wall decor, lighting, textiles, and seasonal categories. Each collection is beautifully designed and visually appealing with an emphasis on functionality, which is sure to make your customer’s shopping experience remarkable, and your buying experience from Audrey’s successful. Below is a highlight of some of our newest collections which will debut in Atlanta this January.
Pick of the Patch
Harvest Home
Pick of the Patch
We worked really hard with designer Heather Myers on this new, fresh collection.  “Pick of the Patch” was designed to be light, fun, and whimsical – but still keep some of those natural fall touches that everyone loves.  From the pop of copper that brings out the Jarrahdale Pumpkin, to the white Cotton Candy Pumpkin that keeps it fresh, but still keeping the classic orange pumpkin to pull it all together to keep it warm.  Our place setting pieces are sure to be a conversation starter at any family gathering!
Harvest Home
There is something about Fall that brings a smile to your face – the warm beverages, gathering of friends and family, and the crunch of leaves beneath your feet – just to name a few.  That was the goal with our “Harvest Home” collection.  We are hoping the fall foliage, warm tones, and sweet sayings bring all the fall feels to your home.
Perfectly Plaid
Christmas Joy
Perfectly Plaid
Buffalo Plaid, buffalo check – whichever way – you can’t go wrong!  With this collection we’re bringing all the warm and cozy feels to your home.  Buffalo plaid is a staple pattern for any Christmas or winter decor – from our stockings – to our metal bins – this collection will make you want to cozy up in your favorite chair by the fire with a cup of hot cocoa!
Christmas Joy
Where to begin with our “Christmas Joy” collection?  When you see this collection, you can’t help but feel JOYful!  Bright red and greens, check accent pattern, and fun winter greenery make for the perfect Christmas decor pieces for the home.  Not only was it fun to create the collection with designer Heather Myers, but styling the pieces together with some of our best-selling everyday whiteware was so much fun.  We hope this collection brings as much JOY to you as it does us!
Santa Claus Lane
Home for the Holidays
Santa Claus Lane
Here comes Santa Claus, here comes Santa Claus, right down… you know the rest!  Santa Claus Lane is a small, but powerful collection!  The cheery Santa and his dashing reindeer simply bring a smile to your face – and you can’t go wrong with a winter plaid as an accent pattern to a piece.
Home for the Holidays
This fun, colorful collection features an apron and other fun kitchen textiles, because being home for the holidays means a lot of things – like one of our favorites – baking!  We hope the fun images and the products themselves bring a warm, fuzzy feeling of coming home for the holidays to your home.

A Touch of Flair
A Touch of Flair collection features many black and white patterns that are new for us!  Pulling this collection together was interesting – the black and white patterns are the flair so to speak, but the products themselves are still along the lines of farmhouse – which is our specialty!  A Touch of Flair is a nice mix of modern trends and patterns, with the classic farmhouse vibe we all know and love.
New Catalog in Production and New Items coming soon to Website for Ordering!
The new Winter/Fall/Everyday 2020 catalog (Vol. 40) is in production and should
be mailed to our customers the first week of February. Our new release items will
also be available on our website for ordering by the end of January. We will be
sending an eblast notifying our customers when the new items will be available
for ordering on our website.
Winter and Fall Dating Program Announced for January
Audrey’s will be offering a dating program for 2020! Customers may purchase fall and winter merchandise from the beginning of the year through the end of March to receive dating on orders meeting the minimums with a ship date after June 1, 2019. Many of our customers take advantage of this program to receive early ship fall and winter merchandise in the summer and December 1 dating. This special dating program is for fall and winter merchandise only with approved credit terms in good standing. Take advantage of this program as this is a great incentive to make early purchases and receive dating on your fall and holiday orders!
This coming year, a look back over 40 years!
From time to time, we will be sharing with you some of the stories and pictures from the early years, as Ken and Audrey were starting their business. This reminiscent walk down memory lane is truly a story to treasure. We look forward to sharing these stories with you as we revisit Ken and Audrey’s journey to a successful business over the past 40 wonderful years!
Christmas Fun Facts
  1. The image of Santa Claus flying his sleigh began in 1819 and was created by Washington Irving.
  2. Some zoos take donated Christmas trees and use them for food for the animals.
  3. The Christmas tree in Trafalgar Square is donated to the people of London every year by the people of Oslo, Norway in thanks for their assistance during WWII.
  4. Since 1918, the city of Boston receives a giant Christmas tree as a gift from the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. Boston lent considerable support to the city of Halifax during their 1917 explosion and subsequent fire disaster.
  5. The Christmas wreath was originally hung as a symbol of Jesus. The holly represents his crown of thorns and the red berries the blood he shed.
  6. Tinsel was invented in 1610 in Germany and was once made of real silver.
  7. NORAD’s Santa Tracker was born from a misprint in the newspaper. A 1955 Sears ad was supposed to print the number of a store where children could call and tell Santa what they wanted for Christmas. The number printed was to the hotline of the Director of Operations for the US Continental Air Defense. Colonel Shoup ordered his staff to give the children updates on the flight coordinates of Santa.
  8. NORAD (North American Aerospace Defense Command) continues to provide flight updates on local news, the internet and even a special IPhone application every Christmas.
  9. Nova Scotia is the world’s leading exporter of Christmas trees.
  10. Almost 28 sets of LEGO’s are sold every second during the Christmas season.
  11. The Christkindlesmarkt in Nuremberg, Germany was first held in 1570 and is one of Europe’s oldest Christmas markets. It is also the largest in Europe and folks from all over the world visit it annually.
  12. The Statue of Liberty was gifted to the US by the French on Christmas Day in 1886. It weighs 225 tons and thus you could consider it the biggest Christmas gift in the world.
  13. The first Christmas was celebrated on December 25th AD in Rome.
  14. More than 3 billion Christmas cards are sent in the US alone.
  15. Christmas Trees are grown in all 50 states including Alaska and Hawaii.
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