Saturday October 3rd, 2015 11:20PM

Initials, Inc. celebrates 9 years

By Staff
CLARKESVILLE - Initials, Inc., founded by sisters Britney Vickery and Ivy Hall, celebrated its 9th anniversary recently with a birthday party at the corporate office in Clarkesville. What started in a spare bedroom and home office has grown through the years to support over 14,000 independent consultants nationwide.

As a part of the birthday celebration, Initials, Inc. has recently supported many of the non-profits and school systems in northeast Georgia by donating products.

Brandy Aycock, Marketing Manager, says, "Many of our Creative Partners (consultants) are teachers so donating to school systems in the area is a way to honor them and support education." Recipients include Habersham, White, Rabun, Banks, Stephens, and Hall County School Systems, Tallulah Falls School, Rabun Gap Nacoochee School, The Little School, Trinity Classical School, Prevent Child Abuse Habersham, First Steps, Piedmont College, Truett-McConnell College, Clarkesville Main Street, Circle of Hope, Challenged Child, United Way, Foothills Counseling Center, March of Dimes, and many more."

"Giving back is part of our company culture here at Initials, Inc. Helping families and children is part ofour business model as a direct selling company. We've seen so many lives changed through our business opportunity", says Britney Vickery, Chief Executive Officer and Founder. To further the reach of the company the Initials, Inc. iCare Foundation was founded in 2012. For 2013-2014 the Initials, Inc. iCareFoundation is partnering with Bethany to provide support for adoptions for children living in foster care.Since August 1, 2013 seven adoptions have been fully funded through Bethany's NOW campaign and even more amazing is the fact that Bethany reports interest in adoption has increased by 30%! Ivy Hall, Chief Creative Officer and Founder, says "It is humbling and incredible to be a part of God's plan in this way. A child finding their forever family changes lives for many generation to come."

Initials, Inc. is a fashion handbag and home organization company that offers products through in-home parties.
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