Local entrepreneur and businesswoman Heather Markey is asking for the community’s support in Wal-Mart’s contest, “Get On the Shelf” for entrepreneurs. Markey’s fashion jewelry product line, “Cleoclip” has been chosen for the second round of auditions in the competition.
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Cleoclip is a jewelry accessory that serves as function to transform women’s clothing. It can transform dresses, shirts or sweaters into a sweetheart neckline shape. Cleoclip does this without the use of a sewing machine, scissors, or any other alterations. This clip works for any body type.
Judges will use the votes as an indicator of public support and the future commercial success of this product. Markey greatly appreciates the community’s support and encourages the public to “share” her link. There is a Facebook button provided here.
The new accessory is allergy free, made with pure silver, 14K gold and embellished with real Swarovski crystals. The clips are cost effective and really transform a boring outfit into a more stylish look. The picture illustrates before and after pictures.
Five percent of all Cleoclip purchases will be donated to charities. Cleopclip is committed to giving back to their community and supporting charities such as Boys and Girls Club of America, Autism Care and Treatment Today and the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Voting is open now until Monday, Sept. 2. Votes can be made once per day, per product.
The Cleoclip serves multiple purposes, saving time and money and giving back to the community through purchases. Customers can order online, subscribe for their newsletter and even send in their own before and after pictures.
The Cleoclip comes in a variety of different colors for any occaision. It is a modest adjustment that transforms the neckline for a more elegant and fun appearance.
Markey hopes that Santa Clarita will come out and support her in this community dependent contest.
“Thank you for helping to support your local entrepreneur,” she said.
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Source: Santa Clarita News