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Giving gifts focus of leader’s NYC trip

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Robin Beelman of Lewistown, a senior executive director with Thirty-One Gifts, will be in New York City with the founder of the company and 49 other top company leaders Monday to attend the Today show.

The company’s founder, Cindy Monroe, will be interviewed on the Kathie Lee and Hoda Kotb hour of the show to talk about the company’s donations to the “Today Show Toy Drive.”

 Last year the company donated more than 250,000 products to the drive in the largest donation made to the effort.

Mrs. Beelman and the other top company representatives will be given “prime” spots on the plaza outside where Today hosts greet the crowd. They will be wearing pink Santa hats and will be handing out free Thirty-One products.

Following the show, Mrs. Beelman and the group will go to various women’s shelters for the afternoon where they will  assist in various ways, including making rooms homier with Thirty-One products, serving dinner, helping residents with resumes, etc.

Mrs. Beelman, who joined the company in 2009 as a consultant and recently was recognized at the company’s national convention for being in the top one tenth of a percent in the company, will coach and work with the women on empowerment and moving forward.

“Training, coaching, and mentoring truly is my passion. I thoroughly enjoy helping women realize their dreams and reach their full God-given potential,” Mrs. Beelman said.

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