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Initials Founder, Ivy Hall, speaks Fall 2014 Style Look Book and charity

Initials, Inc. is direct sales handbags and more company, founded by sisters Britney Vickery and Ivy Hall. The company has just released its Fall/Winter 2014-15 Stylebook. Corporate representatives have hit the road this week, to meet with its independent creative partners and friends, to spread the word about the new items available.

Initials, Inc. - success lives here
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Initials, Inc. - success lives here
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The company’s products are on-trend handbags, home organization and jewelry products. All purchased products are eligible for free personalized embroidery, in a series of suggested colors and prints.

Initials, Inc. has a motto, “There’s only one you.” In today’s economy, nothing can be further from the truth. Employment is not as stable as it once was. Companies that have had successful longevity are going under and/or merging, which has resulted in downsizing and unemployment. More and more people are seeking alternatives to the traditional 9 to 5 sources of income.

Initials, Inc. is based on creating a foundation of family. It holds several events and conferences to promote a familial connection between the company, its creative partners and its consumers. (Creative partners are what other direct sales companies refer to as independent contractors). Likewise its charitable component, called Initials iCare Foundation, in association with Bethany’s NOW campaign, helps to find forever families for children in the United States foster care system. The goal of iCare Foundation is to pay for ten adoptions annually. However, with $5 of each purchase of the “Your Best Life” case is being provided to the Bethany NOW campaign, the goal has been surpassed many times over.

“We are living examples of the power of adoption. It isn’t just one life changed. It’s generations.”

~ Ivy Hall, Chief Creative Officer & Founder of Initials, Inc.; regarding her grandmother’s adoption.

Initials, Inc. has opportunities to earn unlimited income and asserts that “success lives here”. There are several ways to earn within Initials, Inc.: as an Independent Creative Partner or as a hostess of a party.

The company also makes it easy for hostesses to upgrade to creative partner, by allowing them to apply their hostess rewards points towards an Initials Creative Partner’s Starter Kit. From now until August 31, 2014, Initials party hostess can also get a signature bag for $35, excluding the rolling tote.

The Independent Initials Creative Partners Starter Kit fee is currently $149.00, plus shipping, handling and tax (a value over $445). It currently includes a collection of teal colored (with a pop of mustard, navy, green, red and grey printed bags and totes. Independent Creative partners also are assigned their own webpage with the official Initials, Inc. website. New partners also have access to the Smart Start Program, a step-by-step, goal setting get started initiative.

Initials, Inc. has been featured on Today, Good Morning America, Better Homes and Garden, Women’s Day, Food Network, Real Simple, HGTV, Redbook, and Good Housekeeping.

Initials, Inc. has tens of thousands of independent creative partners available to consult with consumers to ensure efficient product purchase and assist with any individual who may want to host a party and/or join on as an independent creative partner themselves.

For product purchases, hosting and/or to join Initials, Inc.:

Atlanta, Georgia’s Independent Creative Partner

Victoria Morton


by email or by website

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