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Simple Wishes In Partnership With Leading International Baby Products Distributor Hardenberg & Co.
Signature Hands-Free Pumping Bra Available In The United Kingdom And Ireland
This international partnership enables new moms to reap all the benefits of the Simple Wishes universal pumping bra while at home, at work or on-the-go. Now customers ‘across the pond’ will be able to purchase the product through Amazon.com.uk. Additionally, the pumping bra is available for purchase through Boots, the leading international pharmacy-led retailer for beauty and health as well as Mothercare, a brand known for quality and innovation in both their services and products designed for mothers, babies and children. Furthermore NCT, the largest provider of prenatal classes throughout the United Kingdom, has also been a retailer of the Simple Wishes bra since September 2011. This universal product, compatible with every electric breast pump on the market, is comfortable enough to wear beneath any piece of clothing and is especially designed to cater to the changing physique of every woman.
“We are thrilled about our partnership with Hardenberg & Co” said Simple Wishes co- founder Joy Kosak. “It’s no secret that moms across the world constantly have their hands full, and almost every mother today can tell you that sometimes having two hands alone doesn’t even cut it. As a result, it is our mission to accommodate mothers around the world by expanding our markets so women everywhere can dedicate more time to themselves and their families”.
The Simple Wishes bra retails for £34.99 and is available in both black and light pink as well as two fully adjustable sizes. Prospective retailers inquiring about wholesale information should contact Hardenberg & Co. at +44 (0) 1785 811 510 or through email correspondence at email@example.com. For more information on Simple Wishes, please visit www.simplewishes.com.
About Simple Wishes
Simple Wishes was founded in 2009 by sisters Debra, Joy, Keren, and Lydia. With years of combined experience at Gap, Banana Republic and Old Navy, and six children between them, the four sisters were seamlessly suited to create and produce a professional-