(Black PR Wire)–The Sisterhood Boutique, an African American web-based doll company, is elated to re-introduce its IVY ROSE™ Doll at a cost of $125 plus shipping and handling. First introduced in 2007, IVY ROSE is The Sisterhood Boutique’s inaugural and signature product.
The 2010 edition of IVY ROSE is limited to 300 pieces. Orders for the IVY ROSE 2010 doll can be placed from now until August 24, 2010.
Due to the limited supply, we have elected to take orders exclusively through the Company’s facebook page or in response to direct e-mails generated by The Sisterhood Boutique to its mailing list. The anticipated ship date is between December 2010 and January 2011.
“We sold out of both the 2007 and 2008 IVY ROSE dolls at an amazing rate, states the company’s CEO, Rochelle McAllister. After receiving hundreds of phone calls and e-mails over the past year requesting IVY ROSE, I could no longer say no.
“I am pleased that we can re-introduce IVY ROSE. IVY ROSE and the company’s 2009 IVY doll further the mission of the company and celebrate the diversity of beauty within African American women.”
The Sisterhood Boutique’s collectible fashion dolls are specially crafted by the Alexander Doll Company, and are official Madame Alexander® dolls.
IVY ROSE is adorned with pearl earrings and a necklace of precisely twenty pearls. Her pink and green dress, with a hand-stitched border of ivy and pink roses, is an original design. She has black hair that is styled into an elegant up-do. Manicured nails and ribbon-laced heels round off her look. Ivy Rose is set to enjoy an elegant evening.
About Sisterhood Boutique
The Sisterhood Boutique® is an African-American web-based doll company. Our mission is to create dolls that celebrate African-American women belonging to service organizations that aim to provide for the various needs of the African-American community.
The Sisterhood Boutique® was founded by Rochelle McAllister in late 2006. McAllister obtained her B.S. in Finance from Oakwood University and her M.B.A. from Emory University. She is now pursuing a law degree at Howard University School of Law.
Ms. McAllister is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
To Learn more about The Sisterhood Boutique and to connect with our community please visit the company’s website at www.sisterhoodboutique.com.
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