WOW Memories Founders Awarded Honor of Speaking at United Airlines Milestones CelebrationPR Web
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) August 12, 2012
WOW Memories founders Jasmine Fernandez, Hannah Fernandez and Christopher Moffatt were given the honor of speaking this weekend at an event celebrating the career of United Airlines Spokesperson, Sara Dornacker. The trio gave a speech at the event and revealed an exclusive wall art design created for Dornacker, featuring an old refurbished photo of the United Airlines spokeswoman with actor Harrison Ford.
The exclusive event was held to honor Dornacker and her 45 years of service to United Airlines and featured the spokeswomans closest friends and family, and several non-profit volunteer organizations the event helped build awareness for. Together with the non-profit organizations, the Anti-Bullying Initiative, C4- Community Counseling Centers of Chicago, T.C. Young Foundation, and SSEAT- Child Safety Seat Advocacy organization, event attendees celebrated Dornacker and her community involvements as well as her professional accomplishments during her long and successful career.
Before WOW Memories cofounder Hannah Fernandez delivered a speech to the audience about the lessons learned during their personal interactions with the acclaimed Dornacker, the WOW Memories cofounders Christopher Moffatt and Jasmine Fernandez revealed the photo artwork to honor the celebrated business woman. The three-by-three photo artwork was unveiled in front of event attendees to celebrate a key moment in the spokeswomans career. Similar custom made artwork just like the Sara Dornacker piece, can be custom created by the WOW Memories team upon request.
About WOW Memories: WOW Memories was started in 2011, by sisters Hannah and Jasmine Fernandez; Amir Khalil and Chris Moffatt. The Chicago-based company transforms personal photographs into stylish and captivating custom-made works of art at all different sizes. The company specializes in kids photography and pets photography. Orders for the custom pieces can be made online at wowmemories.com.
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