Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Appleberry Promotion to end Domestic Violence

I am sending this to a number of people and organizations as a press release/promotion for my Mary Kay business. It is a bit long, but it is important to include all of the information, I think. Back to regular blogging later today or tomorrow. In case it is confusing to anyone, I have been Peggy to family and friends for most of my life, choosing recently to write and design under my baptismal name of Marguerite. So Peggy and Marguerite are one and the same person.

Independent Beauty Consultant, Peggy Manor of Mountain View, CA is participating in the Mary Kay promotion to break the cycle of domestic violence. From May through December of 2008 Mary Kay® will donate 100% of its profits from the sale of Beauty that Counts™Mary Kay Creme Lipstick® in Apple Berry to help change the lives of women and children around the world by partnering with Break the Cycle®.

In addition to the company’s donation, Peggy will donate 10% of her profits from all lipstick (and lipgloss sales) to the Community Services Agency of Mountain View for use in support of the women’s shelter that it sponsors.

Apple Berry is the most popular shade of lipstick in Mary Kay sales world wide, so it is particularly appropriate to this campaign since it suits the complexions and coloring of so many women of all ages. Free samples are available by contacting Peggy.

To see the Appleberry promotion on Peggy’s website please follow this link

For all Mary Kay products please visit Peggy's website http://marykay.com/peggymanor Products may be ordered directly through the website and all major credit cards are accepted. Peggy will also be happy to help you with a makeover using the newest, most beautiful mineral powder foundations and mineral cheek and eye colors. These products contain vitamins that are good for the skin, are long-lasting and in a new range of colors. Elegant brushes and compacts are available with these new products as well.

Contact Peggy at peggymanor@marykay.com with questions or to arrange for a consultation.

Mary Kay is committed to Break the Cycle's® work of preventing domestic violence by providing education to young people so that they will be able to build more positive lives. Mary Kay, Inc is sponsoring a prevention curriculum and DVD which will be available to groups working with young people.

If you are a teacher, counselor, minister, parent or family member who might utilize this curriculum, please let me know and I will email you when the DVD becomes available. For more information visit the web site at http://www.breakthecycle.org/

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