Busted Ladies Lingerie nominated for Intima award

Busted Ladies Lingerie in Ponoka has been nominated for the Best of Intima 2020 awards.

Intima is a North American lingerie and swimwear magazine.

“I was beside myself with excitement,” said Busted Ladies owner Sherry Gummow in a news release.

“To be nominated says a lot about what we do.”

The boutique, that will be celebrating its 12 anniversary in October, focuses on “offering women lingerie that they can feel sexy and confident in, while also ensuring they are comfortable.”

Busted strives to provide customers with the best fitting bra for their needs, with personal service and a wider range of cup sizes available and “is in the business of helping women look good and feel confident.”

Busted has customers from far and wide, including some in the United States.

The Intima awards gala will be held on Aug. 2, 2020, and will feature nominees from all over North America.

Gummow announced the boutique’s nomination during a live Facebook event on May 5.

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