PUSH! Delivery Gowns
Tell us about your business.PUSH! Delivery Gowns was started by a mother of 3 that had never used a sewing machine. Owner, Ashley Isaacs, had a friend expecting her first baby and couldn't find the perfect gift for such a special friend. With creatives and seamstresses in her bloodline, Ashley, decided to design a pattern and create her very own hospital gown. The design allows a mother to look and feel beautiful while wearing a hospital friendly gown design. The patent pending design has a cross over front, allowing the expecting mommy to breastfeed baby while staying modest. The snaps on each shoulder and down the back encourage mothers to feel comfortable and covered when walking the halls in labor and to visit baby in the nursery. PUSH! is currently manufactured in Dallas, Texas USA and we pride our selves in being AMERICAN Made! PUSH! Delivery Gowns can be found in over 33 retailers nationwide and OB/GYN offices offering PUSH! to their patients. We look forward to many new providers offering PUSH!
What makes your business stand out?PUSH! Delivery Gowns is unique in that it encompasses the beauty of a mother on her delivery day. There are two most important days in a girls life, the day she gets married and the day she delivers her precious child. So much effort goes into choosing the perfect gown for the wedding day, why not choose the perfect gown to wear on delivery day. The first family photos will be part of the mother's life and the child's life forever. We believe that PUSH! is also unique in it's underlying meaning. PUSH! Stands for Pray Until Something Happens. What more can an expecting mother do while she awaits her precious bundle of joy, Pray Until Something Happens. Every girl deserves to look adorable, especially during delivery!
What's the best business advice you've received?NEVER give up. People will tell you there is no way your product will work, and that your product is not something that people will be interested in, but you must never give up. If God has given you the ideas and the ability to create, you must do just that. Focus on your end goal and MAKE IT HAPPEN!
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