Scentsy Opens Doors to Community for Holiday Festivities

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Photo: Scentsy Commons in Meridian, Idaho, lit up for a past holiday season.


Scentsy Inc. opened its doors to the public Tuesday for a holiday celebration that drew about 3,000.

The home fragrance company threw a different kind of holiday party this year, inviting the community out to its Meridian, Idaho, headquarters for a first-ever Thousand Points of Light event. The evening featured a Christmas concert with choirs from local high schools and nearby Boise State University, complimentary refreshments, and the chance to snap a photo with Santa.

Guests also took in a display of some 450,000 lights decorating the Scentsy campus. Since late November, the company has lit up the night with more than 26 miles of lights, hand-wrapped on trees throughout its 73-acre campus.

“Everyone at Scentsy is part of the family,” said Lonni Leavitt-Barker, Senior Manager of Public Relations and Media at Scentsy. “We wanted to invite the community to be a part of that, enjoy a hot drink, partake of the Christmas spirit and see what we’re all about.”

The response from the community exceeded expectations, said Leavitt-Barker, with as many as 3,500 turning out for Thousand Points of Light. The company is already planning to expand the event next year and bring in additional elements, such as a live nativity on the grounds.

In the meantime, guests can continue to enjoy Scentsy hospitality at the Scentsy Commons Kitchen, an on-site café where breakfast and lunch is served up Monday through Friday for employees and the general public.