Krucing Off: Discount Shopping for Conde Nasties!

Conde Nast has thousands of employees. Most of whom have personal email accounts. Which makes it very easy for them to forward us memos without opening themselves up to the kind of witch hunt that yesterday cost Andrew Krucoff his livelihood.

A favorite 4 Times Square mole emails:

it seems to me that, in light of the white-house style leak crackdown at conde nast, the only honorable thing to do is to post every single insipid conde nast all-employee email. i'm pleased to contribute the first.

He's right. It is the only honorable thing to do. And this one is really fascinating internal news, people. Very confidential, very hushhush, and certainly the sort of thing that shouldn't be publicized. Indeed, it might even be more interesting and exciting — if such a thing is possible — than news of an internet outage.


Yesterday afternoon's memo — about an exclusive discount shopping event — is after the jump. But, more important: Keep 'em coming! Let a thousand flowers bloom! No Conde memo is too small:


It's what Krucoff would have wanted.

From: DiMassi, Kristie
Sent: Mon 10/24/2005 3:06 PM
To: Conde Nast Publications-All
Subject: Lucky Shops - November 11 in NYC

This November, the curtain goes up once again on LUCKY SHOPS, the ultimate shopping event in New York City. Get 20% to 60% off designer brands, including Marc by Marc Jacobs, LaRok, Rebecca Taylor, Sigerson Morrison, Theory, Catherine Malandrino, Jonathan Adler and more. Plus, enjoy:

• Complimentary cocktails*

• A jam-packed gift bag** worth $100+

• The LYCRA Denim Bar filled with your favorite designers

LUCKY SHOPS takes place on Friday, November 11 from 11:00am to 7:00pm at Gotham Hall in New York City.

As a Cond Nast employee, you are eligible to receive a discounted rate on the admission fee. Complete details and ticket information are posted on the Cond Nast homepage on AMGConnect under "Promotions."

*After 4 pm. **While supplies last

LYCRA is a registered trademark of INVISTA for premium stretch fibers and fabrics.

-Kristie DiMassi
Employee Communications Manager