The GlamourGals Foundation Has a New Logo

The GlamourGals Foundation Has a New Logo


NEW YORK, NY (October 26, 2011)– GlamourGals Foundation has a new look! GlamourGals is officially launched its new logo in October.

The new logo portrays the spirit of GlamourGals with an infinite cycle of hand-drawn pink circles. The circles symbolize the "give and get back" spirit GlamourGals offers to both teens and seniors. Each circle represents a relationship or an experience between a teen and a senior. Additionally, the logo mark represents the energy of GlamourGals volunteers and the infinite opportunities within the GlamourGals program.

"It's simple, yet so meaningful," says Bergen CountyTechnical High School Glamourgals Chapter President, Irfan.

The logo and design were created by Chris Hoenigmann, a Graphic and Art Designer based out of New York. Mr Hoenigmann works for the in-house creative agency at Capital One and has also been designing things for himself and clients under 'OneNine' since 2005. Awarded a 2010 American Graphic Design Award by Graphic Design USA for his work on the Staten Island Ferry Campaign and again recognized in 2011 for his work on the Student Bank Program with Capital One, Hoenigmann donated his time and creative mind to GlamourGals.

"My late grandmother "Nan" spent some time in a senior home and althoughshe had the support of a big family, it was upsetting to see how many of her peers had no one. For someone who went to the "beauty parlor" every Friday, and always had her hair and make-up done, I know my Nan would have loved GlamourGals. So, working with GG has been a way for me to honor hermemory and lend support to a great cause. On top of that, it's been great having the opportunity to reconnect and work with founder Rachel Doyle; her positivity and passion for GG is contagious!," says Chris Hoenigmann.

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About GlamourGals

GlamourGals is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit that has inspired and organized teens to provide ongoing companionship and complimentary beauty makeovers to women living insenior homes since 2000. GlamourGals has 60 Chapters across 12 states, plus that engage 1,000+ teen volunteers to serve more than 2,000 senior women. Oprah Winfrey, The New York Times, and The Saturday Early Show on CBS have all commended the GlamourGals program. For more information, please visit


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