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Angelica Collection Lessens Carbon Footprint by Using Only Recyclable Metals

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(Press Release) NEW YORK – The jewelry line Angelica Collection is no stranger to giving back. The company, which has partnered with Generation Rescue, a non-profit organization founded by Jenny McCarthy, dedicated to improving the quality of life for children with autism, is now expanding its charitable reach and lessening its carbon footprint through its use of recyclable metals for all its pieces.

With its use of recyclable metals, through an eco-friendly, socially conscious production process, the company is supporting the environment and its resources. Most of their pieces are manufactured in the United States.

According to Phillip Maroof, vice president of Angelica Collection, “Our goal is to be a company, that not only cares about our product and consumers, but also cares about the world.” Maroof continued by stating, “We want to give back on all fronts and are constantly looking for ways to improve the lives of others.”

The goal of the line is self-expression and what better way to do that than with a charitable heart. In addition to inspirational and motivational bracelets, some of Angelica’s pieces feature designs that support military personnel, law enforcement and breast cancer. Angelica Collection bracelets are available for purchase both online, as well as at retailers throughout the U.S. Prices range from $25-$39. Also, customization of these bracelets is available upon request. For more information, visit www.angelicacollection.com.INSTORE Angelica1

The Angelica Collection is expanding its charitable reach and lessening its carbon footprint through its use of recyclable metals for all its pieces.

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