Sales Reps

 

 

 

Martha Geis
World Trade Center Room 14557
2050 Stemmons FMwy
Dallas, TX 75207
P 210-822-7587
F 210-824-9151
marthageis@gmail.com
Melody Fast Sales
110 E. 9th St. Suite A313
Los Angeles, CA 90079
P 213-627-3663
F 213-627-3664
melodyfast@gmail.com
Althea & David
Americasmart 3
250 Spring Street Suite 11E108
Atlanta, GA 30303
727-392-3880
866-230-1213
AnD@AltheaAndDavid.com
Ted Morris
105 Redwood Circle Latrobe, Pennsylvania 15650
724-539-7566
talkmorris@yahoo.com
Phyllis Gelb
222 Merchandise Mart Plaza
Suite 1225
Chicago, IL 60654
312-543-2053
pockerchipbabe@yahoo.com

6 Responses to “Sales Reps”

  1. Elizabeth Bechand August 21, 2014 at 11:05 pm Permalink

    Can you send me wholesale information. We have an upcoming textile exhibition. Thank you.

    Elizabeth Bechand
    Museum Shop Manager
    518-463-4478 ext 455

  2. Jana Hayenga July 21, 2017 at 11:34 pm Permalink

    Hi,
    I saw you at Quilt Market and would like to place a jewelry order for my Quilt Shop. How is the best way to connect with you and open a wholesale account?

  3. linda dyer October 25, 2017 at 9:19 pm Permalink

    Good Day
    Would please send information and wholesale terms to
    Linda Dyer
    Frist Center for Visual Arts
    919 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203

  4. Tmy July 26, 2018 at 6:50 pm Permalink

    Am I missing something here I have a necklace well it’s a fiklestick jewels handmade in littlerock arkansas whatbin2ant to know what I am missing because these are made of fabric and som3 cost more then gold so what is it about these little pieces if fabric tide in knots on putnon a.plastic rope that makes people want to spend 80 dollars on I won’t but someone did for me to get this one I think it’s a huge waste of money we could spend this on the hungry or something

    • Ficklesticks July 26, 2018 at 7:33 pm Permalink

      Agree. We support three hungry families with this product, not to mention contributing to feed numerous suppliers such as printers, fabric stores, office suppliers and customers such as ladies boutiques, museums, quilt shops, and the reps that gather the orders. We also sell kits and instructions to make your own. Try it.

    • Sheva August 6, 2019 at 2:39 am Permalink

      If the pieces are made in America, you are paying for folks to have living wages ! There is nothing more lovely than that! We all should earn our worth.

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