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Meet Confidence Stylist: Norma Spanton

Meet Confidence Stylist: Norma Spanton
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If you haven't had the pleasure of meeting Norma yet, then you need to make a point of it! She is basically a real life wonder woman with all of the amazing things that she's accomplished throughout her life. Not to mention, she's kind, caring, FUN, and brightens up everyone's day. We're so, so excited to have Norma on the team!


Tell us about yourself and your family:

I am the proud mom of five kids and soon will be the proud mom of 3 more bonus kids.   My kids are 28, 25, 25, 24, and 21, and they live all over (none in South Dakota.) I just married my best friend Bob on the 29th of September as we feel that we have finally gotten to know each other well enough after only 11 years of dating.  :) 

What do you do at Chelsea's and do you work anywhere else?

At Chelsea's, I work with assisting women in anyway possible and hope that when they leave they feel better than when they walked through the door. I do have two other jobs - I work full time as the Office Manager at Lynn, Jackson, Shultz and Lebrun PC.   I also work very part time at Bath and Body Works at Dawley Farms.   I suppose I do have a third job as well....I go to a few craft shows a year to sell my creations.  :)

What do you enjoy doing in your free time?

I love to scrapbook, do crafts, run 1/2 marathons, read, hike, camp, fish, travel - just about anything. Also, I love to love on my five dogs!! 

What is your style?

Well, since I have started at Chelsea's I think I am getting more into style as I don't think I have made a single dime there as I buy more than I make.  :)  In fact, I have an entire CB outfit on today.

What do you like about working at Chelseas?

I love the people that I work with, the people that come through the doors, and of course...THE CLOTHES!!!!

Do you have any random/fun facts about yourself?

I guess I have a few, but the funniest is that I was in a CBS Tuesday night made for TV movie with Clint Black and Lisa Hartman Black that was shot in Dallas.  I won a contest and was flown there and was on set for two days. I do a lot of theater (I am also a singer and have sung the National Anthem at many places), but being in a TV movie was far different than being on stage. It was a great experience!

Stop by the store, and say hi to Norma in person! You'll be so glad you did.


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