Stationery Company Nurtures Women's Relationships With New 'Chick' Products

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Winston-Salem-based Devora Designs, inc. will launch five new product lines including the bold, “Sassy Chicks” collection, at the 60th Annual National Stationery Show in New York City in May.

Winston-Salem, NC (PRWEB) March 21, 2006 -- Winston-Salem-based Devora Designs, inc. will launch five new product lines including the bold, “Sassy Chicks” collection, at the 60th Annual National Stationery Show in New York City in May.

Devora Transou, the owner of Devora Designs, inc. knows firsthand how busy women’s lives are. She understands that building a career, being a super mom, and taking care of home can overwhelm any woman, and leave little time for her friendships with other women. So, she created chic paper products and gifts that her customers call “chick” stationery; products that nurture friendships between women. Women are drawn to Transou’s bright, whimsical designs of purses, high-heeled shoes, classy dresses, and snappy girly greetings. Word of mouth referrals have propelled Transou’s once home-based enterprise into a company with a national presence. In only three years of operation, her products are sold in over 190 stores nationwide.

Even research supports nurturing women’s friendships. Studies show that women who maintain best girlfriend relationships have reduced risks of diseases because they have lower blood pressures, heart rates, cholesterol, and age-related physical impairments.

In addition to the “Sassy Chicks” collection, which includes note cards, greeting cards, memo pads and checkbook covers, Devora Designs, Inc. will introduce “Glamour Girl,” a note card collection for girlfriends with diva attitudes; and “If The Shoe Fits, Wear It Honey,” a postcard collection for women who love shoes. And for children, the new “Just Say Thanks” collection will help them express their gratitude; and “Bunk Notes” will help them keep in touch with loved ones while they are away at camp.

Visit Devora Designs, Inc. in booth # 1576 at The 60th Annual National Stationery Show, from May 21-24, 2006, at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, in New York City.

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