The Hottest Products and Gifts Available for the 2008 Holidays Are on

Retailers can find "The Best of the Temporaries'' for their boutiques, gift shops, and stores on a innovative and free site that features more than 400 independent vendors.

Atlanta, GA, August 09, 2008 --(, the site that uniquely connects retailers to hot products, has created a 2008 Holiday Gift Guide, making it easier than ever to stock store shelves with the best gifts available this season.

Boutique and gift shop buyers have free, 24-hour access on and a connection to products in 33 categories -- from jewelry to home to green and organic goods. Line sheets, catalogs and seller contacts are just 1 click away.

"Buyers can join to see what's hot, new and undiscovered in the gift, home decor and accessory industry,'' said Sandra Began, co-founder of is not a showroom and they are not sales reps. is a tradeshow alternative and offers "the best of the temporaries" on the Web. All of the products on are designed, created or made by a woman and carefully reviewed by the Selection Committee. The vendors -- more than 400 of them -- range in size from independent corporations to hand-made artists moving from do-it-yourself Etsy stores to the wholesale marketplace. The organic, green and hand-made category is filled with the trendy items customers are looking for.

Some popular vendors:
Kimberly Petruska Designs, personalized gifts for babies and adults.

Tail Wags Helmet Covers, from bunnies to zebras and camo, fun helmet covers for kids and adults.

144 Collection, bold and handmade purses and wristlets.

Members of the media also are invited to join to find products for their publications gift guides and features.

This Fall, there will be more for the retailer at, as the popular site launches, where brick and mortar stores across the country will be listed and detailed, helping consumers and vendors find the best independent stores. Who is Jane? She's a shopping diva who knows everyone and where to find everything enviable and cool.

Let Jane know about you.

About founders:
Co-founders Stephanie Cartwright and Sandra Began used their extensive experience in the wholesale marketplace, as sellers and buyers, to create The two met with Began purchased Cartwright's Bread and Budder Buckets ( The fabric-wrapped buckets are sold on-line and in stores across the country. Bread and Budder Buckets have been featured in publications such as Cottage Living, Traditional Home and Better Homes and Gardens. Cartwright and her family live in Georgia.

Began, owner of Sandra Began Holiday (, designs fresh, hand-made holiday wreaths, swags, garland and boughs. Her work is licensed and sold across the country. Began and her family live in Wisconsin.

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