“I value my sleep and my bedtime routine is sacred,” says Sleep Goddess® Age-Defying Beauty Pillow designer Lydia Lopez-Astrov. “I believe every woman should feel and sleep like a goddess, especially in the comfort of their sacred sanctuary: the boudoir.”
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer is a yearly event sponsored by the American Cancer Society. JYMG served as a media representative and proud sponsor of the October, 2016 Making Strides in Chico, California event.
JYMG is a proud to offer hand-crafted women's purses designed by the Twendelee Women's Group, a Nairobi, Kenya-based women’s entrepreneur self-help cooperative project. TWENDELEE is a Swahili word meaning ‘let us develop.’ Originating in the second-largest slum in Nairobi; the community of Kawangare, members are locally trained artisans in bead-work and sewing. The women design and make women’s handbags, beaded bowls and jewelry.
The Dwayne Have A Heart Foundation was formed as a result of the touching story of Dwayne Christopher Mitchell. The non-profit organization's mission is to raise public awareness regarding Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome (WPW) which is a rare congenital heart condition.
American Cancer Society Making Strides For Breast Cancer Chico event for 2016 was nothing short of a HUGE success! The event raised more than $60-thousand dollars for local support, educational and outreach services for those living with cancer and their families.
The Ocean Research & Conservation Association was poised to remove 15 of its 25 state-funded Kilroys from the St. Lucie River and Indian River Lagoon this summer, but state Senate President-designate Joe Negron announced Thursday he has secured $500,000 to keep them all in the water through June 2017.
Miami Beach Plan & Prepare: Hurricanes and Beyond, courtesy MBTV is an original program produced under the direction of Julia Yarbough, editors Deeana Johnson and Ali Zaitsu and team of experienced photographers and graphic artists. […]
When Dr. Don Harris of Avian & Exotic Animal Centre alerted me his patient, Lola the tortoise, had an unusual item in her digestive system, I was intrigued. When he explained the item appeared to be a 'turtle pendant' it was obvious this was a situation that screamed media coverage!