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Pollyseon Announces Partnership with Neill Corporation

Valeria Fanelli | July 31, 2012 | 1:39 PM

Pollyseon, announces its partnership with Neill Corporation and its subsidiary, Inspira Sourcing, to distribute the full Pollyseon product line of patent-pending carrying cases for styling tools, products, and accessories.

“We created Pollyseon to better organize, store, and transport beauty products and tools. We designed our cases to be durable, fashionable, and functional,” says Pollyseon co-founder Polly J. Shrewsbury.

Pollyseon provides style industry professionals and consumers with a coordinated collection of sleek, carrying cases to store, protect, and transport beauty and styling equipment. Co-founders, Polly J. Shrewsbury and Judy Seonkyung Im, created the product line with convenience in mind to aid professional stylists and travelers and to improve home organization.

“We are very excited to offer the Pollyseon collection to our stylists and salons,” says Debra Hartwell, Vice President of Inspira Sourcing and Etopa. “The Pollyseon bags are both functional and fashionable. Everyone from the students at our institutes to our editorial stylists enjoy the functionality of Pollyseon.”

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