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Ormond Beach Observer Saturday, Mar. 21, 2015 3 years ago

Young entrepreneur raising money for yoga clothing line

by: Emily Blackwood News Editor

Brittny Lowe, owner of Twin Flame, has until April 9 to raise at least $17,777.

There’s just one thing Brittny Lowe wants for her birthday: to raise enough money to complete her Kickstarter campaign.

Lowe, owner of the yoga clothing line Twin Flame, has until April 9 to raise $17,777 to help grow her brand by hiring a team to help her. Right now, Lowe produces her line on a printing press in her kitchen.

“My ultimate goal in life is to create an inspiring youth yoga program that teaches self-love,” Lowe wrote on her Kickstarter campaign page. “Through this non-profit program our youth will be enlightened with confidence and compassion. With this dream in mind, Twin Flame was born, a positive yoga clothing line that will allow me to achieve my charitable goals.”

With this donation, she also hopes to lease a space for production, purchase more creative tools, and become more involved in the manufacturing process.

“As a female entrepreneur I have faced many obstacles up to this point. Not only obstacles in my business endeavors but obstacles in life. I am aware of the risks and challenges I face as a business owner. I will continue to approach any obstacle with an open mind and heart. I am confident that Twin Flame will continue to shine it's light and warmth onto the community. I will always stay true to my ultimate goal of sharing yoga.”

With the deadline quickly approaching, and only $3,628 raised at the time of this article, Lowe is asking her community to help her meet her goal. She says, it would make for an awesome 27th birthday.

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