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Lauren & Kelly to develop Bobbi Elizabeth business model
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Feb '11
The Bobbi Schwartz Group announced two new additions to the Bobbi Elizabeth fashion consulting division, Lauren Johnson and Kelly Teneyuque. The company stated it is making steady progress in its efforts to continue to expand the Bobbi Elizabeth brand by hiring the best new talent available in the market.

The Company further stated that new clients will now have their choice of either one of their two fully trained consultants for a significantly lower rate. Using stylists that are certified and personally taught by Ms. Schwartz, Bobbi Elizabeth consultants will meet the needs of a broader range of fashion conscious consumers. This division offers an array of services including fashion seminars, hosted shopping trips, and one-on-one fashion consulting.

"The Bobbi Elizabeth business model is directed at the cost conscious and fashion savvy consumer who requires the highest quality in fashion advisory assistance," stated Bobbi Schwartz, President. "My Bobbi Elizabeth stylists are the most essential addition to this company thus far and I am proud to count them a part of my label. They deliver flawless branded taste and superior service."

Bobbi Elizabeth is a new division, started in 2010, designed to broaden the Company's market by offering fashion advisory services at a lower price point while maintaining the level of excellence in fashion consulting for which The Bobbi Schwartz Group is known.

The Bobbi Schwartz Group

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