Girls Guide To Launches Along With Two Rising Stars

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GirlsGuideTo.com has launched. This is an interactive online destination for young women by young women and is now seeking girls ages 17-25 to contirbute their stories about college life and the real world. The rising stars behind this fabulous concept are definitely ones to look out for. Brette Borow, founder, has been nominated by LA Business Journal as the youngest woman making a difference in Business at their annual May Women Making a Difference Event. Her friend, Shari Short, singer songwriter and part of the founding circle of girls guide, had her hit song featured in the May 14 episode of Desparate Housewives.

GirlsGuideTo.com has launched. This is an interactive online destination for young women by young women and is now seeking girls ages 17-25 to contirbute their stories about college life and the real world. The rising stars behind this fabulous concept are definitely ones to look out for. Brette Borow, founder, has been nominated by LA Business Journal as the youngest woman making a difference in Business at their annual May Women Making a Difference Event. Her friend, Shari Short, singer songwriter and part of the founding circle of girls guide, had her hit song featured in the May 14 episode of Desparate Housewives.

About Brette and Shari:

Brette Ashley Borow is paving the way to fulfilling her childhood dream. As a little girl, she dreamed of having a talk show like Oprah or Jenny Jones, only her talk show would cater to girls her own age and offer guidance and support. The synergy between her knowledge of traditional and new media, passion for writing, and determination of fulfilling her childhood talk show dream led her to start Girls’ Guide To…

In July 2005, Brette founded Girls’ Guide To, LLC. The Hollywood launch this May highlights the website and the first in a series of television specials. Brette has also taken her love of fashion to new heights by beginning her own line of t-shirts called BAB(e). Beyond adding an “e” to her initials, BAB(e) represents the motto she has learned to live by—Being And Believing (everyday). To her, “Girls’ Guide To…” is the first step towards helping young women deal with the transition from high school to college and beyond. Brette was just nominated for the prestigious Women Making A Difference “Rising Star” award by the Los Angeles Business Journal.

Singer-songwriter Shari Short is nothing less than a force of nature. At 21, she is a former Miss Teen Idaho, released her first CD, "I'm Living" that went straight to #1 for seven weeks in the Pacific Northwest, and spent two years touring with Air Supply. Currently living in Los Angeles, Shari's music has been recognized by hit shows such as Disney's new series "Hannah Montana" and has been featured on "Desperate Housewives".

Both Brette and Shari are available for interviews and appearances. For further information, please contact Carolyn at Ineventions Pr.

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