Woodstock, MD (December, 2011) – Schulte Sports Marketing & Public Relations, Inc., announced today that Sports Jewelry by Dana Hoiles has retained the agency for the purpose of providing them media relations, brand identity, new business strategies and assisting with the company’s social media efforts.
“Dana Hoiles has the talent, passion and commitment to become one of the most prominent designers of sports jewelry for women in the industry,” said Ray Schulte, President / CEO of Schulte Sports Marketing & Public Relations. “As the wife of former Baltimore Orioles great, Chris Hoiles, Dana has the sports insight and vision to set her designs apart from those currently on the market. We are very excited she chose our agency to help her grow her business.”
Based in York, Pennsylvania, the three year old Sports Jewelry by Dana Hoiles produces fashion-forward jewelry for the sports minded woman. Every piece is designed by founder and owner, Dana Hoiles. Dana has created incredibly unique, sports fashion oriented jewelry, made in America, that can be found for sale on her website, www.danahoiles.com. The company utilizes social media, such as Facebook, to create company/product exposure while conducting on-going sales promotions to draw customers to the website.
Sports Jewelry by Dana Hoiles is currently expanding distribution to include retail, on-line e-commerce platforms, ballparks, stadiums and arenas throughout the country. Interested parties can contact the company by e-mailing email@example.com for more information.
About Schulte Sports Marketing and Public Relations, Inc.
Schulte Sports is a full-service sports marketing & public relations agency specializing in sports marketing athlete representation, corporate and non-profit branding, national and regional media relations and strategic social networking. In addition, SchulteAuctions.com is a national premier sports and entertainment internet auction platform providing vintage and new collectors the opportunity to buy and sell great signed / unsigned sports and pop culture pieces of history.
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Contact: Ray Schulte
Telephone: (410) 350-6226