Women of Strength: HONOR Edition
Posted on 14/12/20 by Freida Rothman
This Veteran's Day, we have launched the second edition to our Women of Strength campaign celebrating women in the military. Unsung heroes who share their stories of strength; how they overcame challenges in a male-dominated field and their many unforgettable accomplishments.
Freida’s definition of strength goes back to her roots and her incredibly strong and resilient grandmothers, both Auschwitz survivors who lost their families during the Holocaust and the original inspiration for the campaign. These women of honor, from various branches in the military, broke barriers, made a difference, and paved the way for younger generations. Discover their inspirational stories of strength and honor.
Introducing the HONOR Bracelet:
"I designed the HONOR Bracelet as way to give back to female veterans, women currently serving in the military and female spouses who embody endless amounts of strength and courage through the challenges and adversities they face. The textured dark rhodium symbolizes their grit and the word HONOR in handset sparkling pavé to remind each woman of their femininity. This bracelet celebrates heroic women who inspire us every day." Freida Rothman
Receive a Gift with Purchase with every HONOR Bracelet!
RECEIVE A SIGNED FREIDA ROTHMAN LIMITED EDITION OF WEST POINT WOMAN WRITTEN BY ONE OF OUR WOMEN OF STRENGTH, SARA POTECHA. A POWERFUL READ ON FUNDAMENTAL LEADERSHIP PRECEPTS TAUGHT TO SARA AT THE UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY. FEATURING PERSONAL STORIES THAT TEACH READERS HOW TO CULTIVATE THE CHARACTER WITHIN.
A percentage of sales from the HONOR Bracelet will be donated to support female veterans through Attitudes & Attire® and both female graduates and cadets of the United States Military Academy through West Point Women.
Our Women of Strength: HONOR Edition Webinar
Watch our Women of Strength: HONOR Edition Webinar on Veteran's Day and hear the inspiring stories from the women who proudly served, or are currently serving, our country and made a difference in this world. "