Wellington, Fla. – Aug. 14, 2020 – Phelps Media Group (PMG) is thrilled to announce the addition of William Grace, an American lifestyle brand inspired by all things Equestrian, to their impressive roster of high-profile clientele. As an international leader in equestrian sports marketing, branding and public relations, PMG looks forward to working with William Grace to grow their business and brand awareness in the national and international show jumping communities.
Founded in September of 2019 by entrepreneur Carrie Scharbo, William Grace produces high-quality, luxury products including face masks, face scarves, hats, leather handbags, jewelry and home accessories. After time spent in New York and Chicago, Scharbo is proud to return to Atlanta, Georgia which she calls home. She spent most of her career as an award winning television journalist but has a strong entrepreneurial background creating fun, quality products for consumers and businesses that fit today’s lifestyle.
William Grace is founded on the belief that fashion should be both easy and effortless, making the brand well-suited for both equestrians and fashion enthusiasts. The classic and traditional design of each of its products incorporates a flair for the unexpected. William Grace uses a simple elegance to give each design a sophisticated feel that fits in seamlessly at the barn, horse show or workplace. The equestrian-inspired elements are detailed to blend seamlessly into any setting, promoting confidence each time they are worn or used.
“The addition of William Grace to our clientele roster is very exciting for all of us here at Phelps Media Group,” said Lenore Phillips, Vice President. “William Grace’s brand is chic and thoughtful and we are looking forward to the opportunity to build William Grace’s presence in the equestrian community and beyond!”
Recently, William Grace released a line of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approved face coverings in efforts to help supply people with stylish, yet comfortable masks due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Following the release of The Essential Mask, an antimicrobial face mask that uses a buy-one-give-one model to give back to the community, Scharbo continued to create a variety of masks that were both functional and comfortable to wear. Scharbo’s creativity and ingenuity even led her to design two types of hats with removable face shields built-in, one of which was recently worn by well-known comedian Heather McMahan. William Grace now carries six different styles of facial coverings, some of which are completely customizable with a personalized monogram.
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