Le Creuset’s Factory-to-Table Sale Is Back in Person This Fall

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Photo credit: Le Creuset
Photo credit: Le Creuset

It's official: Le Creuset's Factory-to-Table pop-up is returning this fall. The popular in-person event—which was canceled last year due to the pandemic—will take place from September 30 through October 3 at the Park Expo & Conference Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. The premium French brand—famously known for making it onto every wedding registry, because its products are really that amazing—sets out across different cities in the United States to launch pop-ups, offering exclusive access to its coveted cookware.

The shopping sessions are set to a two- or three-hour time limit depending on registration. Open to a select number of attendees, the Factory-to-Table sales event offers limited-edition colors, one-of-a-kind shapes, and other hard-to-find products for an affordable price. The sale begins with exclusive VIP shopping sessions on Thursday, September 30, where lucky guests will be able to search through the assorted cookware. The VIP experience includes mystery boxes, refreshments, and parking—plus a few more surprises. The event opens to general admission ticket holders on October 1.

Interested in attending? Snag your ticket here. VIP passes are $25 and general admission is only $10, with online pre-registration required. As a bonus, all registered guests are automatically entered to win a Le Creuset cookware item—no purchase necessary!

Photo credit: Le Creuset
Photo credit: Le Creuset

A portion of proceeds will benefit Meals on Wheels, the leadership organization supporting the more than 5,000 community-based programs in America. Meals on Wheels is dedicated to addressing senior isolation and hunger by providing funding, leadership, education, and research.

With high-quality items and never-before-seen cookware, Le Creuset's special shopping event is definitely worth marking your calendar for.

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