Durate, CA, January 28, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Money Scholar has been chosen as one of the many innovative products for the “Buy Mom” catalog (www.buy-mom.com). This exclusive catalog features products that are hand picked by Kim Lavine – speaker, business coach and author of best selling book “Mommy Millionaire.”
Kim Lavine has inspired millions with her story of how Wuvits launched her from a middle class mom to a Mommy Millionaire. She is taking her experience and knowledge to help other moms reach their financial goals by helping them launch their businesses.
To be part of the “Buy Mom” catalog, the product must be original, invented by a mom and enhances the lives of families. The printed catalog reaches over a million households annually and the online version (www.Buy-Mom.com) enjoys over 10,000 visitors per month.
In addition to being distributed through these new channels, Money Scholar also enjoys the benefits of the online marketing efforts of “Buy Mom,” including the hundreds of affiliates in their network.
“What an incredible privilege. I am so proud that the Money Scholar coin banks are part of this elite catalog.” Christine Douglas, founder of Money Scholar continues. “More than that, I am so encouraged by being part of the Mommy Millionaire network. It has connected me to a group of amazing women who share similar goals and who understand the ups and downs of being a mommy entrepreneur.”
About Money Scholar
Based in California, Money Scholar aims to equip our children with the right tools and knowledge for a better financial future. The organization believes that children at any age can learn the four basic principles for sound money management – saving, giving, spending and investing. Money Scholar is founded by Christine Douglas, a mother of two and an advocate for financial literacy for children. She has designed a line of unique piggy banks that reinforces the four basic principles. The piggy banks are available online through her website and also at Nordstrom and several upscale boutiques for children nationwide. To learn more, go to www.moneyscholar.org.