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Local Entrepreneur Launches Jewelry Business With A Unique Twist
Published on Fri, Mar 15, 2013 (10:42 a.m.)LAS VEGAS, NV (March 15, 2013) - Katie Johnson of Las Vegas, NV is proud to announce the launch of her new business as an Independent Designer with Origami Owl Custom Jewelry, a fun and fashionable direct sales company with a unique twist. As an Independent Designer with Origami Owl, Johnson holds interactive events where she helps guests create one-of-a-kind personalized jewelry that best reflects their style.
Origami Owl was founded by a 14 year old entrepreneur. Inspired by the desire to create jewelry that would be beautiful, meaningful, whimsical and fun, Isabella Weems launched the company with the goal of saving enough money to buy her first car. In 2010 she introduced the “Living Locket”, a necklace that can be customized with meaningful charms that represent things that are important to you. From humble beginnings at home parties, the success of Origami Owl quickly grew in fanfare and today Weems’ business model is replicated by Independent Designers nationwide. “Women absolutely love creating unique pieces of jewelry that reflect their own style. We closely follow the latest styles to ensure that each item in our exclusive line is fashion-forward and on-trend,” said Isabella Weems, Origami Owl’s Founder.
For more information about Origami Owl’s customizable jewelry, hosting a party or starting your own Origami Owl business, contact Katie Johnson at [email protected]
ABOUT ORIGAMI OWL
Origami Owl Custom Jewelry (www.origamiowl.com) is a direct sales company that features an exclusive line of trend-setting customizable jewelry. With Origami Owl you can have the flexibility to run your own business on your own time, help others design meaningful jewelry keepsakes and make a profit in the process. Visit ww.origamiowl.com or call 888.491.0331 to learn more about the company and its ground floor business opportunities.
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