COUSIN CORPORATION OF AMERICA ANNOUNCES NEWEST CREATIVE CIRCLE AMBASSADORS
Five More Jewelry Makers Join the Successful Brand Ambassador Program
LARGO, Fl., July 19, 2013 – Cousin Corporation of America, a premier manufacturer of jewelry making components, has chosen five talented jewelry makers to be brand ambassadors, joining the inaugural ambassadors for the 2013-14 year. Cousin again received an overwhelming amount of applications for the coveted five slots. The ambassadors were chosen based on their unique contributions to the program, commitment to jewelry making and social media and networking influence.
The 2013-2014 Creative Circle ambassadors are: Allison Cooling, Dawn Doucette, Vicki O’Dell, Lisa Stukel and Rebecca Utermohlen. As Cousin Ambassadors they will have a platform to share ideas with the product development team, create projects for publications in magazines and on various social media platforms, preview upcoming programs and provide feedback about products before they go to market.
“Our Creative Circle program has absolutely surpassed our expectations,” said Jeff Cousin, President. “We want to keep the craft of jewelry making relevant and maintain it as a growing art. We are excited to expand the program so we can show even more people that jewelry making is accessible and rewarding, and also introduce them to the Cousin brand.”
The ambassadors were officially welcomed by the Creative Circle team on July 18th and will be highlighted on Cousin’s website www.cousin.com and their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/CousinCorp.
Cousin Corporation of America is a family-owned company founded in 1970 as Enterprise Art, a retail craft store in Largo, Florida. Today Cousin is a premier wholesaler of jewelry making supplies. Their focus is to design, manufacture and provide quality jewelry making products at an exceptional value to customers who are inspired by the craft of jewelry making. For more information about Cousin Corporation of America, please visit www.cousin.com.
Jessica Ringelspaugh, Coordinator
Nick Dautrich, Coordinator