Gg is a logo that perhaps millions of people around the world would recognize, although they’re not always sure where they’ve seen her. I look forward to transitioning Gg to someone who will serve her well.
Sarasota, FL (PRWEB) November 22, 2013
Gg, a single Sarasota girl trademark that has become popular across the country, will soon be sold to an interested bidder.
The brand, established in 2002, has achieved somewhat of a cult status with fans, appearing on special products like paper goods and becoming the star of its own stage play. Gg merchandise used to be found in boutique stores nationwide, but is now only available for users who can find the “secret” button located at MeetingGg.com. And although the creator is enjoying the small, quiet company she has built, she is now ready to take the next step in her life by selling the trademark.
“Gg, the single Sarasota girl, is a logo that perhaps millions of people around the world would recognize, although they’re not always sure where they’ve seen her,” said Amy Knapp, creator of Gg. “Selling the trademark is bittersweet because we’ve created so many memories with her, but it’s now time for me to move on and do some other things in my life. I look forward to transitioning Gg to someone who will serve her well.”
Knapp created Gg to be a source of inspiration for herself and others. After writing the story of the character, stage plays soon followed, all coming from Knapp’s small studio deep in the woods of New Hampshire. The brand recently released a new card design, an homage to the Netflix Original Series “Orange is the New Black,” which is now included in all shipments until supplies run out.
At MeetingGg.com, users can learn more about Gg, the plays and other productions available from the creators. Visitors who do find the secret button on the website will receive a complementary sample of goods, paying only a small rate for shipping and handling.
“For me, this is a time to simplify my own life. I’ve had a wonderful time creating Gg and making something beautiful with some great friends,” said Knapp. “I believe that there is commercial value to Gg’s image, which another company could leverage effectively. I’ve already received a great deal of interest from international companies and I look forward to fielding more inquiries in the near future.”
To learn more about Gg, the single Sarasota girl, go to http://www.meetingGg.com.