Pick of the Glitter® Solid Swarovski Crystal Dog Collars to be Presented to Top Oscar Nominees as Part of the 'Everybody Wins at the Oscars' Gift Bag

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Pet Jeweler Unleashes Matching Pet and Pet Owner Jewelry for Top Oscar Nominees and Their Four-Legged Fashionistas

Pick of the Glitter Pet Jewelry® solid Swarovski crystal dog collars and matching 'Mommy & Me', crystal owner's bracelets valued at $600 will be part of the 'Everybody Wins at the Oscars' nominee Gift Bag given to non-winning nominees in the major Academy Awards categories including Best Actor/Actress, Best Supporting Actor/Actress, and Best Director.

Among this year's group of A-list actors, actresses and directors who will possibly receive the "Diamonds for Dogs" solid Swarovski Crystal Dog Collars and matching bracelets in their Gift Bags are George Clooney, Daniel Day-Lewis, Johnny Depp, Tommy Lee Jones, Viggo Mortensen, Casey Affleck, Javier Bardem, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Hal Holbrook, Dennis Gassner, Tom Wilkinson, Arthur Max, Dante Ferretti, and Jack Fisk along with Cate Blanchett, Julie Christie, Marion Cotillard, Laura Linney, Ellen Page, Ruby Dee, Saoirse Ronan, Amy Ryan, Tilda Swinton, and Sarah Greenwood.

Pick of the Glitter Pet Jewelry® was invited to be featured in the lavish gift baskets being arranged by Distinctive Assets, the well-known provider of over-the-top gift baskets for the major awards shows such as the GRAMMY ® Awards, the Academy of Country Music Awards and the Latin GRAMMY Awards as well as the Kids' Choice Awards and many more. Like the stars themselves, the Gift Bags have become an important part of these awards shows and media including Entertainment Tonight, People Magazine, UsWeekly, The Today Show frequently report on the new and hot products that awards show attendees and nominees receive.

"We received the phone call from Distinctive Assets, the leading Celebrity Gifting Company in LA," said Rachael Poole, President of Pick of the Glitter®, ''inviting us to place our new Diamonds for Dogs Solid Swarovski® Crystal Dog Collars in their Everybody Wins at the Oscars® Nominee Gift Baskets. People from around the globe follow A-list celebrities and are eager to know what items they consider to be hot and cool. We are honored to be included in such a prestigious gift bag."

Lash Fary, founder of Distinctive Assets, had this to say about Pick of the Glitter's inclusion: "I witness on a daily basis what an integral part pets can play in their owners' lives. They are literally like children. So it's no wonder that some of the most gleeful reactions we receive from celebrities are in response to items for their pets. With Pick of the Glitter Pet Jewelry, man's best friend and a girl's best friend come together in the most fabulous of ways. I'm certain this will be one of the biggest hits in our bag this year!"

American pets have long held a special place in their owners' hearts, and now they can take a special spot in their jewelry boxes as well. Oregon-based pet jeweler, Pick of the Glitter Pet Jewelry (http://www.petglitter.com), offers a collection of custom, hand-made matching fine jewelry for pampered pets and their owners. Their stylish pet jewelry collection features "Diamonds for Dogs" Solid Swarovski® Crystal Dog Collars, Designer pet necklaces, collar charms, and coordinating pet and owner jewelry sets. The pieces retail from $52 to $600.

Pick of the Glitter's trendy new line of matching pet and owner jewelry in over 60 styles, gives pet owner's the opportunity to coordinate their own bejeweled look with Fifi's making their pet not only their best friend but also their greatest fashion accessory for a night on the town.

Pick of the Glitter donates a portion of all sales to the ASCPA to help needy pets find loving homes.

For more information on Pick of the Glitter Pet Jewelry visit http://www.petglitter.com.

The "Everybody Wins at the Oscars" nominee bag by Distinctive Assets has no affiliation with A.M.P.A.S or the Academy Awards.

Rachael Poole, President
Pick of the Glitter Pet Jewelry


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