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Jellypop Shoes & Plum Denim sponsor Make A Mark

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Oct '09
Make A Mark, an event designed to educate and empower tween girls on healthy body image and self-esteem, announces Jellypop Shoes and Plum Denim as sponsors and Jennifer Curtet as the event's motivational speaker. Make A Mark kicks off on October 10 in Pasadena, inviting girls between the ages of 9–14 and their mothers to participate in an afternoon of entertainment and learning.

An authority in communication and leadership, speaker and author Jennifer Curtet will inspire tweens' hearts and minds to rise up and lead their best lives.

Sponsors:

• Jellypop Shoes – A flirty fresh collection of shoes for juniors officially launching in January 2010
• Plum Denim – An online clothing boutique for kids, tweens, and juniors, carrying designer and indie brands
• Fleuretica – A floral design studio located in Altadena, CA
• Steven Lam Photography – A Los Angeles-based lifestyle photographer
• Huntington Catering Company – A Pasadena-based caterer
• Triple Cord Photography – A photography team specializing in the art of photographic narratives

Activities at the event will include:

• Motivational speaker Jennifer Curtet;
• Workshops on health, skin care, nutrition and active lifestyles;
• Arts and crafts workshops, with a floral arrangement class from Fleuretica;
• A panel discussion and workshop to help mothers build positive relationships with their daughters (a significant part of the campaign emphasizes the mother's role);
• A fashion show presented by Plum Denim and Jellypop Shoes; and
• An array of exhibitor booths.

“I'm excited for the support of our Los Angeles area sponsors who are helping to bring tweens and their mothers together in a fun and educational atmosphere,” said Kelley Lee Gin, Make A Mark organizer. “Our sponsors will be able to interact with the girls, sharing the latest trends with them.”

WHEN: October 10, 2009, 10:30am–3pm

WHERE: Pasadena Convention Center 300 E. Green St., Pasadena, CA 91101

Make A Mark is a campaign that strives to educate tween girls between the ages of 9–14 about body image, self-esteem, and inner strength. Focusing on helping mothers build positive relationships with their daughters, the campaign also encourages mothers to be more aware of their influence as role models.

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