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Brittany Snow has designed a set of bracelets for Stoney Clover Lane. Snow, who is best known for her role in the film adaptation of the Broadway musical Hairspray as well as her roles on the television shows American Dreams and Guiding Light, is joining the ranks of other actresses who have designed pieces for Stoney Clover Lane. Tori Spelling, for example, has also designed bracelets for the company. The same is true of Noah Cyrus.

The set of bracelets that Brittany Snow has designed for Stoney Clover Lane have a special purpose. The name of the bracelet set is “Remember to Live and Love,” and 25% of the proceeds go to the JED foundation. The key purpose of this foundation is to reduce emotional stress and prevent suicide within the college student population. This is not the first time that Stoney Clover Lane has teamed up with a charitable organization. In 2009, a quarter of the company’s sales was donated to The Dream Foundation, an organization that helps to grant the wishes of adults who are terminally ill.

Five beaded strands make up this set of bracelets. The beads are all dark brown and made of wood. They are accented with gold charms such as peace signs, features, and hearts. The set is merchandised with a champagne colored bow that ties all five strands together. In addition to the set with gold charm accents — the style that is being most actively marketed — the set can also be ordered with silver charm accents. The retail price of Snows “Remember to Live and Love” set of bracelets is $100 and is available from the Stoney Clover Lane website. The set is being promoted as a hot gift item for the 2010 holiday season as it offers both style and charity in a single present.

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About Brittany Snow

Brittany Anne Snow (born March 9, 1986) is an American actress and singer. She began her career as Susan “Daisy” Lemay on the CBS series Guiding Light (1998–2002) for which she won a Young Artist Award for Best Young Actress and was nominated for two other Young Artist Awards and a Soap Opera Digest Award. She then played the protagonist Meg Pryor on the NBC series American Dreams (2002–05) for which she was nominated for a Young Artist Award and three Teen Choice Awards.

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