Prettie Girls Dolls Dominate The Multi-Cultural Fashion Doll Market Niche (OWOO)


Prettie Girls Dolls Dominate The 

Multi-Cultural Fashion Doll Market Niche (OWOO)

 

 

 
Established in 2010 by Trent T. Daniel and Stacey McBride-Irby, The One World Doll Project endeavors to make a significant positive cultural impact through the doll category. After several years of development, The One World Doll Project recently released the Prettie Girls!™, an exciting line of multi-cultural fashion dolls. The Prettie Girls! are unique in their physical attributes as well as their individual personal stories, goals and inspirations, capturing the essence of positive attributes that every little girl can embrace. Styled for play, yet filled with soul, The Prettie Girls! set high values-based standards for “pretty”- positive goals that reach across the globe and up for the stars!

For young girls, The One World Doll Project creates a doll that is a friend, a partner in play, and a glimpse of their biggest, brightest dreams.

 For young women, it is a symbol of who they are and what they can achieve. For connoisseurs, The One World Doll Project promises stylish works of art that will become a vital part of a valuable growing collectors’ market.

Stacey McBride-Irby Creator of Prettie Girls Dolls

As a child Stacey consistently played with dolls.  Barbie was her favorite.  She loved mixing and matching her clothes, and styling her hair.  Not long after Stacey stopped playing with Barbie™ dolls at the age of 13, she made the decision to enter the fashion world.  She started sketching fashion and going to the library and checking out books about fashion.
 Stacey’s father had saved a newspaper article that featured Kitty Black Perkins, a Mattel™ designer.  With the encouragement of her father and her instructor of a fashion computer course at El Camino College, Stacey called Perkins.  In addition to showing her portfolio and resume during the interview, Stacey had to design a Barbie™ fashion.  It was approved and she was hired as an assistant designer which begin her career in the world of toys and doll design.

Stacey was a Project Designer for Mattel™ in El Segundo and was with the company for 15 years. 

 She is the creator of the So In Style™ line of African-American Barbie™ dolls which were released in 2009. While at Mattel, Stacey was tapped to design the sorority Barbie, Celebrating the Centennial year of Alpha Kappa Alpha, the first African-American Greek Sorority, founded in 1908 at Howard University in Washington, D.C.  She designed a one of a kind take on the 1980’s Black Barbie.  She also designed some of the 2010 Barbie career dolls, including Pet Vet Barbie, Rock Star Barbie and Bride Barbie.

Stacey has been interviewed for magazines and newspaper articles such as Ebony, Essence, Heart & Soul, LA’s Beauty Beat, Upscale, Chicago Sun Times and Daily Breeze.  Stacey McBride-Irby made the front cover of Wall Street Journal Personal newspaper.  The So In Style TM dolls have been featured in Barbie and Jet magazine.

Stacey has appeared on CNN Prime News with Richelle Carey “New Barbies Look More Like Black Women”.  And on May 2, 2010 Stacey appeared on BETs My Black is Beautiful, Episode 1:  Celebration of Black Beauty.  She is currently a featured designer in the Barbie Exhibit at The Children’s Museum of  Indianapolis.

Stacey’s motto is, “A happy, inspired childhood creates happy, inspired and powerful women.”  She also loves the Lord with all her heart.  She knows that without God that none of her accomplishments and success would be possible.

ONE WORLD HOLDINGS, INC.$OWOO
One World Holdings, Inc. today announced that it has applied to FINRA for approval of a change of the Company’s stock ticker symbol.
 “As we are near completion of the process to change our corporate name to Tonner-One World Holdings, Inc. we also felt it best to change the ticker symbol to reflect the well- known and established Tonner brand,” said Joanne Melton, CEO of One World Holdings, Inc.

The move to the new symbol is intended to strengthen the Tonner-One World brand and is another step towards further developing the company’s profile within the investment community

 

 

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Our fully realized relationship with One World and the new symbol will help us to foster a stronger, consistent and more recognizable brand as we move into mainstream television, film, retail and licensing projects this year,”

 said Robert Tonner, CEO of Tonner Doll Company. “We are excited about the future of Tonner-One World as we embark on this exciting new phase of growth,” he added.
The company has requested DOLL, TONR and TNNR as the preferred choices for the new symbol and FINRA is currently reviewing the Company’s request. While we hope to have approval from FINRA within the next two weeks, the review process could take longer. Upon approval of this ticker symbol change by FINRA the Company will issue a press release to advise shareholders.

About The One World Doll Project $OWOO:

 

 

Established in 2010 by Trent T. Daniel and Stacey McBride-Irby, The One World Doll Project is committed to changing the retail landscape of the doll industry. The Prettie Girls!(TM), are a collection of fashion play dolls diverse in culture, interests, and style. McBride-Irby, former Mattel(r) designer most notably known as creator of the So In Style(r) dolls (the first African-American dolls by Mattel), designed the Prettie Girls! as unique works of art for a growing market yearning for something new to experience.

 The Prettie Girls! capture the essence of positive values and attributes that every little girl can embrace.

 

 

 

 

“Prettie” stands for P(ositive) R(espectful) E(nthusiastic) T(ruthful) T(alented) I(nspiring) E(xcellent). Styled for play, yet filled with soul, The Prettie Girls! set new, higher, values-based standards for beauty- positive goals that reach across the globe and up for the stars!

Visit One World Dolls Online at: www.oneworlddolls.com.

  
Visit Tonner-One World (One World Holdings, Inc.) on the Web: tonneroneworld.com.

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