GRATEFUL GRAFFITI™ LAUNCHES ONE-OF-A-KIND MAGNETS
Display these Grateful Graffiti magnets on your Cars, Lockers, Refrigerators, Lunch Boxes, Bulletin Boards and anything else magnetic…
Grateful Graffiti™ announces the launch of these One-Of-A-Kind magnetic pieces inspired by the co-founders’ desire to “tag the town positive.” Grateful Graffiti™ will release their first collection this January 2008.
Nell Alano and Sandy Abrams make the perfect combination to mix design and business.
Nell Alano is an interior designer in Beverly Hills, CA. She has a lifelong passion for color, design and high fashion. She has worked with renowned designer Barbara Barry, heading up several projects for celebrity clients. Nell has become a success in her own right, known for bringing her fresh, clean lined, timeless interior design perspective to clients.
Sandy Abrams is a successful entrepreneur who has designed and sold her own line of products in the beauty industry for 15 years. She has sold to companies such as the Estee Lauder Company, Bath & Body Works, H2O PLUS, Bed, Bath & Beyond, William Sonoma’s Chambers catalog, Linens ’N Things, and QVC. Her products have been featured in top lifestyle magazines; In Style, Cosmo, Shape, Glamour, Modern Bride. Sandy also just signed a book deal to help other entrepreneurs launch their ideas.
A portion of the proceeds from Grateful Graffiti™ are donated to www.usaharvest.com. All of our products are proudly Made in the USA.
Add www.GratefulGraffiti.com to your “favorites list”, you’ll want to check in frequently to see what’s new in this one-of-a-kind line of empowering magnetic pieces that are sure to make you feel positive and grateful!
We stand behind the quality of our products. We will gladly replace any defective magnets, meaning it arrives torn or damaged or defective in any way.
Refunds: Products can be returned within 15 days for refund. No Re-Stocking Fee
These are outdoor magnet material and will hold up to the outdoor elements.
Our magnets will usually stick to the back side of most vehicles, however some makes and models won't hold the magnets on the back side, but all cars seems to hold the magnets on the door or rear panels of most vehicles. Example