Changing the Way We Relate to Pregnancy with the Launch of the Due In A Few Pregnancy Pin

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Houston based company Due In A Few launches a Unique Pregnancy Pin, introducing a new, universal symbol of pregnancy. A portion of the proceeds will benefit March Of Dimes.

Centrade President Nick Florescu and NBC Anchor Dominique Sachse Florescu are thrilled to announce a new venture, their creation of a precious pregnancy pin, giving pregnant women around the world a new way to show they're "Due In A Few."

As a universal symbol of pregnancy, the beautiful, bow-shaped pins with a drop down heart come in three different colors: pink for girl, blue for boy and white for ‘I don't know, or I don't want you to know’. On how they decided the design of the pin, Due In A Few Founder Dominique Sachse Florescu explained, ‘Nick and I feel that a child is the ultimate gift. Combined, we have six children. That’s why we designed the pin in the shape of a bow, which wraps a gift. Then, there’s the dropdown heart signifying a mother’s love. What a wonderful way to unite women and celebrate pregnancy across the world!’

Have you ever wondered if a woman is pregnant when she's just barely showing? Wearing a Due In A Few pregnancy pin takes the guesswork out of it, allowing you to congratulate the soon-to-be mom without the awkwardness. For a woman wearing the pin, it offers a sense of pride and can be a first motherhood memento, but it can also come in handy in certain situations. "Just imagine the courtesies a woman wearing this pin would receive," says Nick Florescu. "Someone might offer her a seat on a subway, train or bus, or maybe even move her ahead in line at the grocery store. It’s just one more way to make a pregnant woman feel special."

When they purchase a Due In A Few precious pregnancy pin, customers will also be contributing to a wonderful cause. Nick and Dominique understand the importance of giving back, which is why they've chosen to become a National Supporter of March Of Dimes and are proud to be the only start-up company included in the Charity’s 2013 ‘I’m Born To’ campaign, alongside selected retailers.

"It was a natural fit for Due in a Few to become a National Supporter of the March of Dimes. More than 4 million babies are born in the United States each year, and the March of Dimes has helped each and everyone through research, education, vaccines and breakthroughs. They care about expecting mothers and healthy pregnancies just as much as we do, and they educate and support moms to ensure full-term pregnancies and healthy babies. The money raised funds important research and programs that help babies begin healthy lives, which is something we are really proud to support. If you want to learn more about the March of Dimes vital work, please visit their website," the founders have said.

The Due In A Few pins are also available in bulk orders for retailers or doctors. What a wonderful gift Ob/Gyns can give to their patients when they’re ready to announce their pregnancy. It also reinforces that special relationship between patient and doctor.

Due In A Few pins are available for purchase online worldwide, on for only $9.99 per pin. A set of three is also available for a special price of $19.99, getting three for the price of two! “That way, a woman can wear the white pin for the first few months and switch to blue or pink later on,” says Dominique. The pins are ready to be gifted, packaged in a beautiful, sheer white pouch.

About Nick Florescu and Dominique Sachse Florescu

Nick is President and Founder of the Centrade USA Group of Companies, having developed several successful companies in the fields of advertising, digital media, media buying, postproduction and outdoor, over the last 20 years. The latest addition to the group is Kubis Interactive, a successful online marketing agency, responsible for the marketing and promotion of Due In A Few.

Dominique is an EMMY and AWRT award winning main news anchor at KPRC-TV the NBC news station in Houston, where she’s been since 1993. During that time she has been involved in numerous charities, for breast cancer awareness, food allergy and animal rights, as well as her Alma Mater, University of Houston.

About March of Dimes
The March of Dimes is the leading nonprofit organization for pregnancy and baby health. With chapters nationwide and its premiere event, March for Babies®, March of Dimes works to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. For the latest resources and information, visit

Due In A Few, LLC makes a minimum donation of $50,000 (over a two-year period) plus 10% of gross sales price of the pin to March of Dimes. March of Dimes does not endorse specific brands or products.

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