Creative Woodwork International (CWI) Selected as the Exclusive Source and Designer of Outdoor Wood Furniture for “Seasons by Rebecca Kolls”

Rebecca Kolls -- ABC-TV "Good Morning America" Lifetyle Contributor and Host of the Nationally Syndicated Series, "Rebecca's Garden" -- Chooses CWI's Eco-friendly Wood Furniture for her New Brand of Outdoor Living Products

Minneapolis (PRWEB) December 8, 2004 -- MEDIA ALERT -- Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minn., Creative Woodwork International (CWI) is a privately held U.S. company that imports enduring, eco-friendly outdoor wood furniture from Vietnam. CWI’s manufacturer skillfully crafts its furniture with naturally handsome, sustainably harvested eucalyptus. Rebecca Kolls is the host of the nationally syndicated, NBC Enterprises television series, “Rebecca’s Garden,” now in its ninth season. She also serves as the gardening and lifestyle contributor for ABC’s “Good Morning America.”

Rebecca Kolls has created a new brand for the outdoor living market, “Seasons by Rebecca Kolls.” It builds on Rebecca’s personal connection with her loyal and growing audience. CWI is the exclusive designer and manufacturer of outdoor wood furniture for “Seasons.”

Name-branding collections is a prominent trend in the furniture industry. Given Rebecca’s commitment to develop and grow her complete brand, CWI’s selection as the sole source of outdoor wood furniture for “Seasons” is a significant marketing opportunity for the company.

Rebecca Kolls and Bernadette Carroll, president of CWI, are available for interviews.

High-resolution images of CWI’s Lifewood furniture at Rebecca Kolls’ home in Wisconsin, as well as photos of Rebecca Kolls and Bernadette Carroll, CWI president, are available upon request.

MORE INFORMATION: Two backgrounders, including an FAQ, are attached with this media alert.

USEFUL LINKS: www.creative-woodwork.net and www.rebeccakolls.com.

MEDIA CONTACT:
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Source :  http://www.prweb.com/releases/2004/12/prweb184811.htm