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Victorias Secret : What Is The Secret Of Victorias Secret?

Updated on November 1, 2013

A "Brief" History Of Victorias Secret

In 1977 Roy Raymond, an entrepreneur from California, started Victorias Secret in San Francisco. Roy Raymond had a vision for Victorias Secret which was unique for that time. Roy Raymond wanted a new type of lingerie shop, with a European atmosphere. But Roy Raymond wanted Victorias Secret to be not just for women but for men too. As a man, Roy Raymond realized that men were almost afraid of venturing into a womans lingerie shop, so Roy Raymond wanted to take down the barriers for men. Roy Raymonds vision was not only unique, it worked. Just five years later, The Limited Inc bought Victoria's Secret from Roy Raymond and grew Victorias Secret dramatically. Now Victorias secret is the biggest US manufacturer of lingerie. But what few Americans realize is that Victorias Secret is almost unknown in the rest of the world. This is not due to the lack of trying. Victorias Secret has set up shops abroad. But so far, no international market is nearly as successful for Victorias Secret as the USA.

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Didn't find what you were looking for?

Try other internationally famous brands of lingerie from around the world by visiting other shops in the Lingerie Mall:

French Lingerie: Chantelle Lingerie French Lingerie: Aubade Italian Lingerie: La Perla Lingerie Australian Lingerie: Elle Macpherson Intimates German Lingerie: Triumph Lingerie Canadian Lingerie: La Senza Lingerie UK Lingerie: Agent Provocateur US Lingerie: Victoria's Secret

Or try the Sexy Search Engine. A search engine specialized for lingerie.

How Can You Save Money At Victorias Secret

Do You Know About the Victorias Secret Angel Card?

Are you a frequent shopper at Victorias Secret? Then look into the Victorias Secret Angels Card. Here are some of the things you get if you have the Victorias Secret Angels Card:

* $10 reward for every 250 points earned.

* As a new Angel Card member you get offers, worth up to $100.

* A birthday gift every year....SURPRISE!!!

* ANGELS FIRST-early access to sales.

Angel VIPs Get Even More

Earn just 250 points and get

* Free Beauty Samples at Angel VIP exclusive beauty events

* Surprise birthday gift every year

* Invitation-only access to in-store events

Now if they offer an invitation to see the Victorias Secret Fashion Show, it would REALLY be cool!

Do you prefer Victorias Secret lingerie or another type of lingerie?

What do you think about Victorias Secret lingerie? - Do you own Victorias Secret lingerie?

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