Salem, OR (PRWEB) April 14, 2005
Multiple Treasures (http://www.multipletreasures.com), a new on-line business founded by a Âfamily with twinsÂ, has turned the joys and challenges of being a parent, grandparent, and sibling of multiples into a fashion statement.
ÂAs parents of twins, we believe that all multiples and their family members deserve cool t-shirtsÂ states Tony McCullough, father of twins and co-founder of the business. ÂThe problem was, we couldnÂt find unique and fun designs for all of us. What we decided to do was gather our resources and create our ownÂ. With just a little pressure from their sonsÂ grandparents, they developed unique designs for grandparents, too.
ÂMost of the credit for Multiple Treasures, belongs to our boysÂ states Torey McCullough, mother of twins and co-founder of the business. ÂCollin and Evan give us ideas and inspiration for shirt designs every day. Some of our designs may be thoughts and statements that only a parent of multiples can understand. We figure thatÂs okay Â at least someone understandsÂ.
In addition to offering fun and unique designs for all members of the family, Multiple Treasures provides resources, hints, tips, and product reviews for multiples and their families. ÂAll products on the site are reviewed by real families with twins, triplets, or higher multiples. We donÂt endorse any products unless it has passed the Âreal lifeÂ testÂ states Torey McCullough.
The business plan of Multiple Treasures is plain and simple: provide great quality shirts and products at great prices while doing as much good along the way as possible. One dollar of every shirt sold by Multiple Treasures is donated to the Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome Foundation (TTTS Foundation). The TTTS Foundation is dedicated to providing educational, emotional and financial support to families, medical professionals, and caregivers before, during, and after a diagnosis of twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome.
ÂSomeday, we hope to have enough designs to capture all the joys, trials, challenges and adventures of being a parent of multiples. In the meantime, weÂre taking life one shirt at a time,Â states Torey McCullough. ÂWell, make that TWO shirts at a time.Â
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