Templeton’s is Forced to Re-name Their Heirloom Binky Bracelet


Templeton’s is Forced to Re-name Their Heirloom Binky Bracelet

Templeton’s – “Timeless Infant Silver” desperately needs your help. We are reaching out to each of you in hopes of helping us re-name our product, and hopefully generate some business for you as well. We have been forced by Playtex to “cease and desist” using the word “binky” in our product name. A trademark application was filed for our Heirloom Binky Bracelet. However, Playtex has already registered the name “binky” for their pacifier. Originally, we were given only 5 business days to change our name. This can get very costly for such a small business like ours that is run solely by my sister and me.

We are reaching out to each of you in hopes that we can help each other. We are going to host a contest to re-name our product. We love our name and are finding it very difficult to quickly create another name. So, we thought that we would ask our peers for help.

There are several ways that your participation can directly affect your sales and increase buzz about your company through your generosity. I will post each of your contact information on our website, blog, Facebook (2 personal pages and 1 fan page), Twitter, and other network marketing sites in regards to this contest. I will send out a mass emailer to our entire contact list mentioning all of your information along with press releases to my media list. About.com’s baby guide writer, Stacie McClintock, will blog about the contest on her site. Each of my retailers will be sent a list of the products and contact info for each participant. I already have a TV interview set-up with our local morning show here in Charleston, SC. I will mention that there is a great gift basket filled with innovative and stylish products made by Mompreneurs who all came together to help out another Mompreneur in need. I would like to have all of the products in time to be shown on the TV show. Right now the date is scheduled for Friday, July 24th. I’m working on pushing this back in order for your products to reach me in time. This is a Live show. I will also send each of you a copy of the video link from the show to put on your press page. You will also receive a press release for you to use with your own promotion. I am also hoping to get an interview with our local section in our news paper that features women focused businesses.

How your company can help us is by providing us with one of your products to be donated into our Grand Prize Basket. Obviously, the more the participants the more press we should receive. This could turn into a huge marketing plan for all of us, if we all come together and pool our resources. If you are interested in participating in this, please contact Rhett Templeton immediately. We greatly appreciate you taking the time to read this and I look forward to hearing from you.
Contact: Rhett Templeton
Rhett at TempletonSilver dot com
843.795.PACI (7224)


Illinois Based Celebrity Gifting Company, Baby Swags is Seeing Stars


Illinois Based Celebrity Gifting Company, Baby Swags is Seeing Stars

Baby Swags specializes in promoting mom-entrepreneur products and creates a marketing buzz around Hollywood

Plainfield, Il – November 19, 2008 – Baby Swags is a marketing and celebrity gifting firm that specializes in promoting maternity and juvenile related products created by mom-entrepreneurs, and helps them by spreading a buzz about them all around Hollywood. Once a celebrity has a baby, Baby Swags teams up with it’s clients and sends the new celebrity mom and baby a gift basket filled with upscale and trendy mom-entrepreneurial products.

“All of our clients are entrepreneurial women who have been inspired to create or invent maternity or juvenile related products.” States Phyllis Pometta, founder of Baby Swags. “We have had our clients products seen on Violet Affleck, Wyatt Crow, Liam McDermott, Honor Marie Warren, Denise Richards’s daughter Sam, and have received numerous thank you notes from other celebrity moms and dads in appreciation for what Baby Swags and our clients are trying to achieve.”

Baby Swags captured a star moment when Jessica Alba’s little girl Honor was spotted all over the pages of various national celebrity magazines and websites wearing hair clips designed by Creative Clips by Colleen, an Arizona based company. Colleen Connon, designer and owner of Creative Clips by Colleen was filled with pride and joy when she and her husband stumbled upon the photos after take part of a celebrity gift basket that was sent to Jessica Alba after the birth of her daughter. As if that was not enough excitement for Connon, another Hollywood child was spotted wearing one of the now famous clips just a few weeks later. That Hollywood child was Sam, daughter of Denise Richards.

“When I see that a celebrity baby or toddler is wearing a product that Baby Swags helped them receive, I can’t even explain the level of excitement I get for my client.” Pometta adds, “Their success is my success, and in turn, my success is theirs; we work together, like an entrepreneurial sisterhood.”

Baby Swags is the fastest leading, most talked about, celebrity gifting company aimed at helping work at home moms, aka, “Mom-entrepreneurs” achieve their dreams of becoming successful business women simply by believing in their products. Pometta has a true passion for inspiring her clients and places a lot of emphasis on providing them with the best form of customer service.

“What mom-entrepreneurs want is to show the world, their families, themselves, that what they have worked so hard for, can and will pay off.” States Pometta, “They want to share their joy, their passion, their products with consumers and it is my hope that consumers will help celebrate the “mom-entrepreneur” by supporting their products and their businesses.”

If you would like more information about this topic, or are a mom-entrepreneur looking for additional information on how to get your products to celebrities, or would like to schedule an interview with Phyllis Pometta, please visit babyswags.com or email Phyllis at info@babyswags.com. Phyllis has appeared on KTVK 3 Arizona, has provided content for books and has been a part of numerous website and podcast interviews.