Fast Growing Jewelry Company Partners with Make-A-Wish® Arizona and Canada to Help Children’s Wishes Come True

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South Hill Designs, America’s fastest-growing home party company, has launched a new initiative to support Make-A-Wish® Arizona and Canada.

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“Like millions of North Americans, we love what Make-A-Wish is all about,” explains COO and co-founder Joe Ochoa.

South Hill Designs announced an exciting new program to support Make-A-Wish® Arizona and Canada. The company has designed a unique set of products entirely devoted to this initiative. All proceeds from the sale of these new products will go to support the organization’s wish granting mission.

South Hill markets personalized jewelry through home parties known as “Socials.” Customers select a locket and choose from a growing range of charms, droplets, coins and screens to complete their own unique piece. The idea, according to the company website is “to wear what you love,” using jewelry as a means of personal self-expression.

South Hill has designed and manufactured a complete set of additions to support the new Make-A-Wish program. They include a coin inscribed with the word “Wish”, offered in silver tones, gold, or rose gold. There is also a magic wand, a miniature shooting star and a star screen.

The company plans a special campaign to promote the new products on its website and Facebook Page, and through communications to its network of independent distributors (known as “Artists”). Sales from all these products will directly benefit Make-A-Wish.

“Like millions of North Americans, we love what Make-A-Wish is all about,” explains COO and co-founder Joe Ochoa. “For a child with a life-threatening medical condition, the opportunity to have their one true wish granted is truly magical. So we’re thrilled to launch the program, knowing that every sale of these special products is going to help make a child’s wish come true.”

Since its official launch in February 2013, South Hill Designs has been growing faster than any home party Jewelry Company, with new independent distributors, called Artists, joining every week.

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