Brighton’s Americana Jewelry Campaign Empowers Kids’


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A Bracelet Supporting Children’s Art Programs

is Helping to Make Dreams Come True

Brighton’s Americana Jewelry Campaign Empowers Kids’

Art Aspirations in Local Communities Throughout the Nation

LOS ANGELES (May 22, 2013) – For the second year in a row, this iconic accessory company ­­­– which over the past decade has supported charities with more than $8 million in donations ­– is turning its focus to donating to a wide range of kids’ charity programs for the arts. These programs will include ballet, orchestra, symphony and other music programs and classes as well as painting.

As adults, many of us can recall the exhilaration of giving our first live performance, or discovering the sound that a trombone makes, or the thrill of watching a ballerina stand on pointe the first time. Today, many schools across the country no longer offer children these opportunities. This campaign offers people the chance to ensure that children in their communities have the chance to experience the arts up close – giving the next generation of artists a bright future.

At Brighton Collectibles, the company doesn’t simply agree with the maxim “Be the change you wish to see in the world” – they’ve built it into their business by designing jewelry to raise money for non-profit organizations that help people in the communities near their stores, and this initiative is one that Brighton’s owner and design team feel passionate about.

For each $58 Independence Charm Holder Bracelet and each $48 Americana I.D. Bracelet sold from May 24th through July 31st, 2013, the Brighton Collectibles stores in Temecula and Riverside will contribute 50% of the retail cost to The Boys & Girls Clubs of Southwest Riverside County to benefit their arts programs. The Brighton stores in Temecula and Riverside are privately owned by Craig and Angela Pettitt who live in Temecula.

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