SOURCE: One World Holdings, Inc.

One World Holdings, Inc.

November 12, 2014 06:30 ET

The One World Doll Project Announces First Order From Walmart

HOUSTON, TX--(Marketwired - Nov 12, 2014) - The One World Doll Project, a subsidiary of One World Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: OWOO), is excited to announce that Walmart, the world's largest retailer, has placed its first order for the Prettie Girls! multicultural fashion play dolls. The One World Doll Project's core focus is to be the leader in promoting multiculturalism and diversity within the fashion doll category. The One World Doll Project is confident that placement of these dolls within the Walmart sales channels will to maximize exposure of the Prettie Girls! brand.

"We're very pleased that Walmart has joined H-E-B Stores, Toys'R'Us and other national retailers after viewing the Prettie Girls! dolls at Toy Fair 2014," said Trent T. Daniel, founder of The One World Doll Project. "Millions of Americans buy toys from Walmart and we have extensively collaborated with the Walmart buying team to establish a presence before the upcoming holiday season is in full swing."

This initial order from Walmart is a significant first step which will begin with the sale of the Prettie Girls! doll collection through Walmart.com and then One World will follow up on plans for distribution within Walmart brick and mortar stores in 2015.

Prettie Girls! dolls represent the evolving, diverse demographics of the American marketplace and encompass the positive attitudes, attributes and aspirations of contemporary girls around the world. There are four dolls in the collection: Lena (African-American), Valencia (Hispanic), Kimani (African) and Dahlia (South Asian).

"We are dedicated to creating a product that young girls will be excited to play with, that they can relate to, and that have fun stories to build upon," stated Daniel. "Our mission is to make a significant cultural impact through the doll industry, and we are thrilled to work with Walmart. We look forward to expanding this relationship."

About The One World Doll Project

Established in 2010 by Trent T. Daniel and Stacey McBride-Irby, The One World Doll Project is committed to changing the retail landscape of the doll industry. The Prettie Girls! are a collection of fashion play dolls diverse in culture, interests, and style. McBride-Irby, former Mattel® designer most notably known as creator of the So In Style® dolls (the first African-American dolls by Mattel), designed the Prettie Girls! as unique works of art for a growing market yearning for something new to experience. The Prettie Girls! capture the essence of positive values and attributes that every little girl can embrace. "Prettie" stands for P(ositve) R(espectful) E(nthusiastic) T(ruthful) T(alented) I(nspiring) E(xcellent). Styled for play, yet filled with soul, The Prettie Girls! set new, higher, values-based standards for beauty -- positive goals that reach across the globe and up towards the stars!

For more information about Stacey McBride-Irby, Trent T. Daniel, and The One World Doll Project, visit www.oneworlddolls.com.

For more information on Walmart, visit www.walmart.com.

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