Personalized subscription boxes are here! With four great boxes, the options (& surprises) are incredible! Take a look at each. We’re big believers in giving, so this subscription box comes with two beautiful pairs of earrings. Get one, gift one! (We’re also big believers in spoiling yourself, so if you fall in love with both, you go girl, keep them for yourself!) This box is… incredible! Each quarter, we will create a custom look that will keep you up-to-date with the fashions and colors of the season! Plus we add ad personal touch to the items! We want to help you monogram a different area of your life every month. Each themed personalized subscription box may include jewelry, a pillow, a cute monogrammed top, car coasters, the list could go on. Each will contain at least three unique and fun items! Buying for the guys doesn’t have to be hard anymore!! Our men’s subscription boxes are a great surprise for the guys.
An exciting new Style Blog series is here! Every month we will feature a product or collection that we are currently loving!! What better for the theme of the Valentine’s month than to feature our newest jewelry collection, Rose Gold. The best part about the Rose Gold jewelry is that it is all of your favorite pieces in a new metal. Exciting, right? Now, for a closer look! First, the classic disc necklace. A perfect monogram jewelry piece for you to rock no matter the style. It’s great for layering with other necklaces or it can easily stand alone. On a similar note is the Mini Me. A cute, mini version of the disc necklace that features a single initial monogram. It’s the perfect necklace to wear with a simple V-neck tee! We also layer it with EVERYTHING. Ah, the classic bar necklace. The personalized jewelry piece every woman needs. Personalize it with a name, date, word, place and so on. Many ladies we know use the bar necklace as their “œeveryday” necklace. We’re so happy to offer it in rose gold now!! Other notables: Our Journey necklace, aka probably our favorite piece. You’re able to personalize all 4 sides which means it’s pretty much a 4-in-1, right?! And in rose gold! That’s a win-win (-win-win)! Plus our everyday stud earrings and a few bracelets you want on your wrist, like, five seconds ago.
Initial Outfitters named to fifth annual Bulldog 100: Fastest Growing Bulldog BusinessesATHENS, Ga.”“ Initial Outfitters, based in Auburn, Alabama, was recognized as the No. 55 fastest growing business owned or operated by a University of Georgia graduate during the 2014 Bulldog 100 Celebration on January 25 at the Marriott Marquis in downtown Atlanta. Initial Outfitters, owned and founded by 1990 UGA alumnus Alicia Storbeck, specializes in monogrammed jewelry and gifts sold by independent consultants across the country in a home party setting. “œMany families today need a source of additional income, and the phenomenal growth that we are experiencing shows that our business opportunity is providing that and more to our consultants in a meaningful way. To be recognized for our growth is exciting for our entire team, as it speaks to the talent, dedication, and heart that each person has poured into Initial Outfitters to make it successful,” Storbeck said. The Bulldog 100, coordinated by the University of Georgia Alumni Association, recognizes the 100 fastest growing businesses owned or operated by UGA alumni. For the fifth year in a row, Warren Averett CPAs and Advisors partnered with the UGA Alumni Association to review financial records for each nominated business and determine the ranked list. Nominations for the 2014 Bulldog 100 were accepted between January and May 2013. To be considered for the list, each organization must have been in business for at least five years, experienced revenues in excess of $100,000 for the calendar year 2010, and be owned or operated by a former UGA student who owns at least 50 percent of the company or be the CEO, president or managing partner. The Bulldog 100 recognizes the fastest growing businesses regardless of size by focusing on a three-year compounded annual growth rate. More than 800 nominations were received for the 2014 Bulldog 100. The class includes companies of all sizes, providing services and products in a variety of industries, including advertising, staffing, real estate, pest control and mixed martial arts. Companies as far west as Texas and Kansas, and as far northeast as New Jersey, made the list this year. The 2014 Bulldog 100 Celebration recognized the 100 businesses and 139 alumni who lead those companies on January 25 at the Marriott Marquis in downtown Atlanta. The evening began with a reception, followed by dinner and the awards ceremony. Smallbizclub.com founder, 1961 UGA graduate and hall of fame quarterback, Fran Tarkenton, served as the keynote speaker. The 2014 fastest growing business was Social Empowerment Center, founded and owned by UGA graduates and husband and wife duo, Rachelle and Edward Hutchinson. Located in Lawrenceville, Ga., Social Empowerment Center was established in 2012 and offers support to families in crisis, including mental health and indigent services. This was the company’s first appearance on the Bulldog 100. Rachelle D. Hutchinson, a 2000 graduate of UGA’s School of Social Work, is the first minority and the first female business owner to lead the No. 1 company since the program began in 2010. “œThe UGA Alumni Association is pleased to have hosted another successful Bulldog 100 Celebration as the program celebrates its fifth year recognizing top alumni business leaders,” UGA Executive Director of Alumni Relations Deborah Dietzler said. “œThis is always a well-attended event and the competition to make the Bulldog 100 list each year continues to grow.” To view the complete list of the 2014 Bulldog 100, photos from the event and 2015 sponsorship information, visit www.alumni.uga.edu/b100. Nominations for the 2015 Bulldog 100 will be accepted until May 31, 2014, at that website. The UGA Alumni Association The UGA Alumni Association supports the academic excellence, best interests and traditions of Georgia’s flagship university and its more than 280,000 alumni worldwide. For more information, see www.alumni.uga.edu.