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Monday, May 16, 2016

Leading Urban Etiquette Association Makes Girls Feel Valued

— NAUEP Launches “Girls First Pearls” During National Etiquette Week —

Girls First Pearls

Dallas, TX — The nation’s leading etiquette association serving urban youth, the National Association of Urban Etiquette Professionals (NAUEP), has announced the launch of “Girls First Pearls” – a national initiative to give 1,000 strands of pearls to girls residing in under served communities. The initiative began during National Etiquette Week, May 9-14, 2016 and will continue until the NAUEP National Etiquette Conference, July 15-16, 2016 in Dallas, TX.

Founded in 1997, National Etiquette Week is a week dedicated to bringing awareness to the need for civility throughout society. “At its core, etiquette is all about making others feel valued,” said Trenette Wilson (Lady T), award-winning author of The Code: Etiquette Life Hacks for Teens and NAUEP CEO and Founder. “Pearls are known as the standard for sophistication and elegance, which makes girls feel classy, confident and valued. In the words of Jacqueline Kennedy, ‘Pearls are always appropriate,’” continued Lady T.

All who see the need to make girls feel valued are invited to join by donating, giving a set of pearls to a girl or by taking a picture and posting it to your social media account.

For more information about NAUEP or the “Girls First Pearls” Campaign, contact Karen Warren at ladies@urbangirlz.org or call us at 800.291.6492.


About the National Association of Urban Etiquette Professionals (NAUEP)
The National Association of Urban Etiquette Professionals is the largest association of debutante and etiquette professionals providing workshops to under served communities in the nation. NAUEP also provides etiquette and debutante certifications and materials to schools, churches and organizations impacting 50,000 youth annually. The organization’s website, www.urbangirlz.org, has gained national attention and accolades for its ability to reach today’s urban girls and teens and the people who serve them.


NOTE: Press inquiries and/or partnership opportunities, contact Miriam Glover – news@urbangirlz.org or call 214-701-5352.


Miriam Glover
214-701-5352 (cell)
800-291-6492 ((office)

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