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New cinda b pattern to benefit women's heart health

Amore is the name of the new pattern unveiled Wednesday by local handbag company cinda b. A portion of the sales of this new pattern will be will be donated in support of Go Red For Women. (Courtesy photo)
Amore is the name of the new pattern unveiled Wednesday by local handbag company cinda b. A portion of the sales of this new pattern will be will be donated in support of Go Red For Women. (Courtesy photo)
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Wednesday, February 13, 2013 12:01 am
Local handbag manufacturer cinda b unveiled a new pattern Wednesday to announce its partnership with the Go Red for Women campaign.A portion of the sales of bags, totes and accessories in the Amore pattern will be donated to Go Red for Women, a program of the American Heart Association that specifically fights heart disease in women.

Cinda Boomershine, founder and chief creative officer, shared her personal mission for supporting heart health and the prevention of heart disease at a news conference Wednesday morning at the McMillen Center for Health Education.

The Amore products will be available in stores June 1 and online July 1.

All cinda b bags are made in Fort Wayne. Boomershine, who lives in Atlanta, designs all her bags. Cinda b handbags, totes, travel bags and accessories are found in more than 650 gift shops and boutiques in all 50 states and several countries. They are made with poly/nylon fabrics, water-resistant and machine washable and are available in hundreds of style and color combinations.

For more information on cinda b, go to www.cindab.com.

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