10 Things To Do In Atlanta This Labor Day Weekend

Things to do Labor Day 2015 Atlanta


“The work you do each day is appreciated in every way, so take time this Labor Day to unwind and have a great time”

The first weekend in September marks a time to celebrate the hard working men and women in America. To help you get in the mood for the weekend and just in case you have not planned anything as yet, here is our list of 10 things to do this Labor Day Weekend in Atlanta.

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Introducing the Vera Bradley Collegiate Collection


There is nothing more exciting than showing your school spirit! As you head back to college or about to venture into college life for the first time, Vera Bradley’s new collegiate collection will have you celebrating your school in iconic Vera Bradley style.

Launched on August 10th 2015 exclusively in our West Town Mall Tennessee store are 5 iconic bag styles for the University of Tennessee students. These bags combine functionality, style and comfort whilst showing representation for your school. Whether you are a current student, prospective student or alumni the new Vera Bradley Collegiate Collection allows you to share school spirit every day.

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What is a Lokai Bracelet?

Lokai Bracelet

Stay humble stay hopeful with Lokai

A Lokai bracelet is an inspirational bracelet which reminds us to stay humble when life is going great and to stay hopeful when we hit an all-time low and times are rough.

Created by Steven Izen the Lokai bracelet is made up two key elements, which signify balance. The black ball in the Lokai bracelet is infused with mud from the dead sea, the lowest point on earth, this represents the low points in life. A single white ball opposite the black ball is infused with water from Mount Everest the highest point on earth, this represents the moments when you are feeling on top of the world.

Steven Izen reminds us “Life is full of joy and sadness, and we can all relate to it’s highs and lows. I hope that Lokai will remind you to stay balanced and centered along your journey”

We love our Lokai Bracelets at Mori Luggage & Gifts because they remind us to stay balanced as we go about our travels. If you are wondering where you can buy your Lokai Bracelet we have them in stock at a Mori Luggage & Gifts store near you. Stop in today and live Lokai.

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Giving Luggage as a Gift? Our Top Tips & Luggage Gift Ideas


Gift giving is a beloved tradition around the world. Whether it’s part of celebrating a holiday or simply choosing to honor someone we care about, giving a gift has become just another way to show our appreciation for the people in our lives.

Gifts, of course, come in all shapes and sizes. Some are extravagant, others are sentimental. Some are traditional, others are inventive.

So, who’s to say luggage can’t fit the bill? With the right amount of care and a touch of creativity, we think luggage can make for the perfect gift. Check out our top luggage gift ideas! Continue reading “Giving Luggage as a Gift? Our Top Tips & Luggage Gift Ideas” »

Eight American Tourist Traps to Avoid. Or Not.


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Defined by CNN as “overcrowded, over-hyped and, of course, overpriced,” tourist traps are wicked places that draw in unsuspecting visitors with bright lights, promises of cultural significance, or rare natural beauty.

Then they bleed your wallet dry through gift shops, themed restaurants, pricey photo opps, and anything else they can think of.

But despite this blatant exploitation, people continue to visit tourist traps – in fact, that’s how they keep their reputations!

Why? No one can say. Maybe they’re just too much fun to resist.

In any case, here are eight of the biggest tourist traps in the United States. Steer clear, or give into temptation. It’s all up to you.

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