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CBA Christian MARKET October 2012 : Page 45

Wear One Body combines business with community outreach and philanthropy. A Kindness Revolution Wear One Body was created by Louis and Janet Milo as a way to give back to the churches and religious organizations that had helped shape their lives. Their daughter, Lauren, shares their belief in a commitment to faith and charity, which is why she chose to work with them on this endeavor. “I understand the importance of giving back to the communities that helped shape and guide my life,” Lauren told CBA Retailers+Resources . “The churches I attend both at school and at home are in need of help, as I’m sure many of the churches in your surrounding area are as well. At Wear One Body, with every piece of clothing purchased, 10% of the purchases will be sent to the church of your choice in the form of a check at the end of the month. The church does not necessarily have to be your home parish. The money can be sent to help any parish in need. “In keeping with the company’s mission of living a Christian lifestyle full of kindness and charity, we strive to produce clothing that is both user and economically friendly. It is one of our future goals to open our own factory here in the United States to provide jobs and opportunities for our neighbors.” To learn more about Wear One Body, visit their Web site at www.wearonebody.com. >>> PRODUC T INTELLIGENCE New Gift Products Gifts / gift news to to ksamuelson@cbaonline.org Send Send multimedia news ksamuelson@cbaonline.org >>> >>> Update: Bob Siemon Design Close to Reaching 100 Millionth Needy Child The Bob Siemon Designs team continues their efforts to spread hope to less for-tunate children around the world as they have j oined forces with Operation Christmas Child. While collaborating with Operation Christmas Child, Bob Siemon Designs has created girls’ and boy’s necklaces and bracelets exclusively for each child receiving a shoebox filled with gifts this year. [See last month’s Gift section for more info.] In an effort to spread God’s love and inspire youth globally, Bob Siemon Designs will donate a necklace or bracelet for every one purchased. The goal: to have every Christian retailer carry these special Operation Christmas Child designs and to educate consum-ers about this worthy cause. Currently 30,000 pieces have been purchased, and with Bob Siemon Designs’ donation 60,000 children around the world will benefit from these God-inspired gifts. Operation Christmas Child, a pro j ect of Samaritan’s Purse, is the world’s largest Christ-mas pro j ect of its kind letting children know that they are loved and not forgotten. For many of these children, the shoebox gift will be the first gift they’ve ever received, impact-ing their lives forever. Once a shoebox is packed it is then processed, prepared, and trans-ported into the hands of suffering children in over 100 countries. Anyone can participate in Operation Christmas Child, and it is vital to get the word out in time for National Collection Week (Nov. 12-19, 2012). Bam Bandz creates top-quality silicone bracelets and accessories. Among their product styles is “I Believe,” available in black with white letters, white with pink letters, and white with blue letters. The image here shows the front and back of the bracelet. For more information, visit their Web site at www.bambandz.com. Little girls will delight in Stephen Joseph Gifts ’ adorable new Ladybug Lunch Pal, while boys will have fun with the cute Puppy backpack. Ste-phen Joseph is a favorite among celebrity moms, and pho-tographers will often can-didly capture a celeb mom toting her toddler wearing or carrying SJ products. V isit them online at www. stephen j osephgifts.com for more information. The Official Magazine of CBA 10.12 | CBA Retailers+Resources 45

A Kindness Revolution

>>>Wear One Body was created by Louis and Janet Milo as a way to give back to the churches and religious organizations that had helped shape their lives. Their daughter, Lauren, shares their belief in a commitment to faith and charity, which is why she chose to work with them on this endeavor.

“I understand the importance of giving back to the communities that helped shape and guide my life,” Lauren told CBA Retailers+Resources. “The churches I attend both at school and at home are in need of help, as I’m sure many of the churches in your surrounding area are as well. At Wear One Body, with every piece of clothing purchased, 10% of the purchases will be sent to the church of your choice in the form of a check at the end of the month. The church does not necessarily have to be your home parish. The money can be sent to help any parish in need.

“In keeping with the company’s mission of living a Christian lifestyle full of kindness and charity, we strive to produce clothing that is both user and economically friendly. It is one of our future goals to open our own factory here in the United States to provide jobs and opportunities for our neighbors.”

To learn more about Wear One Body, visit their Web site at www.wearonebody.com.

Read the full article at http://digitaleditions.walsworthprintgroup.com/article/A+Kindness+Revolution/1178321/126433/article.html.

Gifts

Bam Bandz creates top-quality silicone bracelets and accessories. Among their product styles is “I Believe,” available in black with white letters, white with pink letters, and white with blue letters. The image here shows the front and back of the bracelet. For more information, visit their Web site at www.bambandz.com.

Little girls will delight in Stephen Joseph Gifts’ adorable new Ladybug Lunch Pal, while boys will have fun with the cute Puppy backpack. Stephen Joseph is a favorite among celebrity moms, and photographers will often candidly capture a celeb mom toting her toddler wearing or carrying SJ products. Visit them online at www.stephenjosephgifts.com for more information.

Update: Bob Siemon Design Close to Reaching 100 Millionth Needy Child
The Bob Siemon Designs team continues their efforts to spread hope to less fortunate children around the world as they have joined forces with Operation Christmas Child.

While collaborating with Operation Christmas Child, Bob Siemon Designs has created girls’ and boy’s necklaces and bracelets exclusively for each child receiving a shoebox filled with gifts this year. [See last month’s Gift section for more info.] In an effort to spread God’s love and inspire youth globally, Bob Siemon Designs will donate a necklace or bracelet for every one purchased. The goal: to have every Christian retailer carry these special Operation Christmas Child designs and to educate consumers about this worthy cause. Currently 30,000 pieces have been purchased, and with Bob Siemon Designs’ donation 60,000 children around the world will benefit from these Godinspired gifts.

Operation Christmas Child, a project of Samaritan’s Purse, is the world’s largest Christmas project of its kind letting children know that they are loved and not forgotten. For many of these children, the shoebox gift will be the first gift they’ve ever received, impacting their lives forever. Once a shoebox is packed it is then processed, prepared, and transported into the hands of suffering children in over 100 countries. Anyone can participate in Operation Christmas Child, and it is vital to get the word out in time for National Collection Week (Nov. 12-19, 2012).

Read the full article at http://digitaleditions.walsworthprintgroup.com/article/Gifts/1178322/126433/article.html.

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