Vera Bradley Announces Participation In The 5th Annual TAG Spring Consumer Conference

FORT WAYNE, Ind., March 26, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Vera Bradley, Inc. (Nasdaq:VRA) announced today that the company will be presenting at the 5 th Annual TAG Spring Consumer Conference held at the InterContinental Hotel New York Times Square in New York City on Tuesday, April 9, 2013 at 1:10 pm Eastern Time. Michael C. Ray, Chief Executive Officer, will be presenting.

The audio portion of the presentation will be webcast live at www.verabradley.com under the Investor Relations section. An archived replay will be available two hours after the conclusion of the live event.

About Vera Bradley

Vera Bradley infuses color into all aspects of women's lives with vibrant handbags, accessories, luggage, eyewear, travel items and gifts. Founded in 1982 by Barbara Bradley Baekgaard and Patricia R. Miller, the brand inspires women to "be colorful" with designs that reflect their personal style. As of February 2, 2013, Vera Bradley accessories can be found in 65 retail stores in the U.S., 11 outlet stores, approximately 3,400 specialty retailers and online at verabradley.com. Vera Bradley employs approximately 2,400 and the company's fiscal 2013 sales were $541 million. The company's commitment to breast cancer research continues to expand through the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer. For more information about Vera Bradley (Nasdaq:VRA), visit www.verabradley.com/mediaroom.
CONTACT: Vera Bradley Public Relations:         Mediacontact@verabradley.com         877-708 VERA (8372)                  Investor Relations:         Paul G. Blair         260-207-5183         Pblair@verabradley.com

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