Country singer launching fragrance tonight at Winsloe Lions Club

Ancelene MacKinnon newsroom@journalpioneer.com
Published on February 14, 2016

International country recording artist Tim Archer poses with models Matt Gaudet and Peggy-Sue Gaudet to advertise his fragrance line Bullseye and Quiver, which launches Feb. 14 at the Winsloe Lions Club.

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It’s the first of its kind, and it’s launching right here on P.E.I.

It’s the first of its kind, and it’s launching right here on P.E.I.

After four years in the making, country music singer/songwriter Tim Archer is preparing to launch his fragrance line Bullseye and Quiver on Valentine’s Day.

What makes the unisex scents unique is that they are daytime/nighttime, but what makes them the first of their kind in the world is they are both environment friendly and environmentally friendly.

“They’re the fragrances of the future,” said Archer.

Archer said the majority of perfumes are alcohol-based, meaning many places like hospitals and work environments are scent-free due to allergies.

“I wanted to make people feel empowered with a fragrance, and they should be able to feel good about themselves no matter where they are.”

In addition, Archer’s signature scents, which were developed in Germany, are made with natural ingredients including sage, citrus, and peony.

While wearing either Quiver or Bullseye, he has been stopped by both genders, commenting on how great he smelled and asking what he was wearing.

“It appeals to men and women,” he said. “People want to smell fresh and clean.”

Archer said people have the option to apply Quiver in the daytime and add Bullseye for an evening scent when going out.

“The transition is seamless,” he added.

He was urged by his music fans to put out a fragrance, and he says it was their love and support that got him through the long process.

The Archer fragrance launch and dance is taking place Sunday evening at the Winsloe Lions Club.

Bullseye and Quiver will be available at Go Girl! Fashions and Accessories in Summerside on Feb. 16.

Archer is excited about the launch and what will follow, because it’s about making a difference and wanting people to be happy, he said.

“When you look good and feel good it comes right through.”

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About Tim Archer’s fragrance launch and dance:

Taking place on Feb. 14 at the Winsloe Lions ClubStarts at 7 p.m.Tickets are $15

About Bullseye and Quiver:

Available at Go Girl! Fashions and Accessories in Summerside on Feb. 16.First ever to be environment and environmentally friendlySafe for people with allergies and illnessesDay and night fragrance rather than male or female