SOURCE: Jill Tanenbaum Graphic Design

August 10, 2005 12:47 ET

Jill Tanenbaum Graphic Design & Advertising Donates Time & Talent to Help Young Entrepreneurs

Produces First Marketing Piece for Ba Ba Baubles

BETHESDA, MD -- (MARKET WIRE) -- August 10, 2005 -- After 20 years as the president of Jill Tanenbaum Graphic Design & Advertising (JTGDA), Jill Tanenbaum knows a natural entrepreneur when she sees one. She recently found two, Celia age 13 and Olivia Reingold age 10, through the DC Chamber of Commerce, and is helping them promote their company Ba Ba Baubles, by writing and designing their first brochure pro bono.

Already a viable company with its jewelry and other products for teens in local stores such as Periwinkles, Wake Up Little Susie and Full of Beans, Ba Ba Baubles wanted a brochure for its two newest products, a tie skirt (made from neck ties) and a lap-size patchwork blanket. "We didn't hesitate to donate our talents to help these exceptionally creative sisters. They have the product, and we have the marketing experience to help them chart the future of their enterprise. What better way to give something back then to help the next generation of entrepreneurs realize their potential and dream," stressed Tanenbaum.

Celia and Olivia are as philanthropic as they are entrepreneurial. A portion of all sales go to the Shiloh Project of Fairfax, Virginia, an organization that links unwanted dogs with teens in trouble. All items are made by Celia and Olivia, and quantities are limited and can be ordered via the web site www.bababaubles.com.

Jill Tanenbaum Graphic Design & Advertising Inc. is a full-service marketing firm providing a complete range of marketing strategy, graphic design, advertising, and public relations products and services to private sector, public sector, for-profit, and non-profit organizations. Clients include US Postal Service, Fannie Mae, The American Red Cross, The Smithsonian National Zoo, and Johns Hopkins University Part-time Engineering to name a few.

Contact Information

  • For more information contact:
    Jill Tanenbaum
    301-229-1135 ext 301