Thirty-One Gifts Founder and CEO, Cindy Monroe, gives an inspirational talk, ‘Belief is in the Bag’ to Girl Scouts and alumnae during the special Girl Scout moment on Oct. 19 in the Hall of State during the 2012 State Fair of Texas.
The Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas welcome Thirty-One Gifts Founder and CEO, Cindy Monroe, to the 100th Anniversary Exhibit at the 2012 State Fair of Texas and thanks the Company for their generous support of $300,000 for the exhibition.
Thirty-One Founder and CEO Cindy Monroe traveled from Ohio down to the 2012 Texas State Fair on Oct. 19 in support of the 100th Anniversary of the Girl Scouts of the USA. Monroe visited the 100th Anniversary Exhibit and spoke to a crowd gathered in the historic Hall of State with a speech titled, “Belief is in the Bag,” a message about empowerment and belief. Monroe said, “I am thrilled to have the opportunity to present my mission moment at the State Fair of Texas while Girls Scouts is celebrating its 100th anniversary in such a grand way.”
Thirty-One has supported Girl Scouts this year with a $300,000 cash and in-kind gift from their new initiative Thirty-One Gives (www.thirtyonegives.org). Thirty-One is a direct-selling company providing women with a unique business opportunity as well as fun, personalized and giftable bags and totes.
Thirty-One believes in Her – women and girls. Thirty-One embraces Her inner beauty and celebrates Her natural gifts. It is the Thirty-One mission to celebrate and empower Her, helping to strengthen Her belief in herself, strengthen Her family, and to lead a purposeful, thriving life. We do this through Home Office partnerships, Consultant giving, product donations and exclusive Gives products. Thirty-One believes that by empowering Her, the company is strengthening families and communities and change lives.
Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas serves nearly 35,000 girls and 17,000 adults in 32 counties. For more information on how this organization builds girls of courage, confidence and character, visit www.gsnetx.org.