Anchor Me Lifestyle Brand Partners with Women’s Bean Project in Social Enterprise Collaboration

Women’s Bean Project To Assemble All Anchor Me Products Starting June of 2017

DENVER, CO / June 13, 2017 / Anchor Me Bracelet, a nationally recognized brand with over 400 retail partners, is collaborating with Women’s Bean Project in Denver, CO for the assemblage of all product. Every bracelet and necklace in the collection will now be lovingly handmade by a women participating in the Women’s Bean Project program.

“During the past 4 years, I have made most of the bracelets myself or with the help of part time employees. Partnering with Women’s Bean Project is exactly what I was looking for when I wanted to do something more for my community. With each bracelet being made by a woman employed at Women’s Bean Project, these bracelets spread the word of love and positivity to so many more people,” said Teah Keogh, owner of Anchor Me.

Women’s Bean Project believes all women have the power to transform their lives through employment. The organization hires women who have been chronically unemployed and teach them to work by creating nourishing products. They learn to stand tall, find their purpose and end the cycle of poverty. Because when you change a woman’s life, you change her family’s life.

“We are delighted to partner with Anchor Me,” states Tamra Ryan, CEO of Women’s Bean Project. “Working with companies to assemble their products allows us to apply our product assembly skills, hire more women and impact more lives.”

By partnering with Women’s Bean Project, Anchor Me is able to spread the word of this social enterprise’s mission to every person that purchases a bracelet or necklace. Anchor Me’s vibe of friendship and positivity will only be heightened through this partnership.

About Teah Keogh

To know Teah is to understand that she leads with her big heart and her business savvy. A dog-saving, warm, can-do artist, Teah started her first company, Anchor Me, while teaching second grade. Anchor Me came into being because Teah wanted to show her near and dear loved ones how she felt, and celebrate their grounding presence in her days. Once her original creations graced the wrists of her soul mates, the demand rose like the tide and Anchor Me blossomed.

When she is not making her dreams come true, adorning her fans with her latest idea, or strengthening the bonds between those who use her creations to express their love, Teah may be found sipping a stout on an airplane heading out on an adventure with pals, snuggling with her husband and pups, playing her guitar, lifting something heavy at the gym or laughing with her very own anchors.

About Women’s Bean Project
Founded in 1989, Women’s Bean Project is an anomaly in the business world. It is a business, one that packages and sells gourmet dry food such as bean soup mixes, baking mixes and other dry food products to stores across the U.S. and online. Tucked inside this business is a human services organization designed to provide a safe and accepting work environment where impoverished women can learn the skills required for gainful employment. We believe all women have the power to transform their lives through employment. So we hire women who have been chronically unemployed and teach them to work by creating nourishing products. They learn to stand tall, find their purpose and end the cycle of poverty. At the Bean Project, we know that when you change a woman’s life, you change her family’s life. Women’s Bean Project products are sold in nearly 1,000 retail and grocery stores across the U.S. and online at Amazon.com, Overstock.com, Walmart.com and WomensBeanProject.com. For more information, visit https://www.womensbeanproject.com.That the women transform their lives in such a short amount of time is inspiring and incredible to witness.
Contact Information:
Teah Keogh
508.789.0019
www.anchormebracelet.com
Teah@AnchorMeBracelet.com

Women’s Bean Project
3201 Curtis Street
Denver, CO 80205
303.292.1919
info@womensbeanproject.com

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