showtheLOVE's 'She Believed She Could, So She Did' Campaign Launches on Kickstarter

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Silicon Valley start-up sells 'Girl Power' and gets funded in less than four days.

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We love the notion that our 'She Believed' collection uplifts the wearer and reminds them that they can do anything they put their mind to.

Inspirational jewelry company, showtheLOVE launched their Kickstarter campaign on Valentine's Day and in less than four days backers helped them surpass their goal needed for production of their 'She Believed She Could, So She Did' collection. This reinforces women's desires to rise up and make their dreams a reality. With 24 days to go, support for the campaign continues to climb as they spread the word on their 'Girl Power' inspired pieces.

showtheLOVE has close to one hundred different inspirational messages inscribed on their jewelry, but over the last three years, there has been one message that people especially connect with, 'She Believed She Could, So She Did'™. This message resonates with women young and old. "We love the notion that our 'She Believed' collection uplifts the wearer and reminds them that they can do anything they put their mind to. So it is our goal to bring this message to as many women as we can," states founder and designer, Jen Pleasants.

showtheLOVE™ (STL) was founded in 2012 with hopes of bringing inspiration, positivity, power, love and strength to women and men. Each piece of STL jewelry is handcrafted with recycled metals and ethically sourced stones and a minimum of five percent of STL profits are donated to water.org. Pleasants hopes that those wearing her pieces will ‘show the love’ for themselves, for others and for the Earth.

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