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ProWin Special featuring Sandy Jones, Lorna Rasmussen & Lorikay Stone

In this special ProWIN edition of Chic Perspectives, Host Dana Barrett interviewed Sandy Jones, Lorna Rasmussen and Lorikay Stone.

Sandy talked about her business, Pearlworks, and talked about the importance of developing your jewelry style and having a great jewelry wardrobe.  To learn more about Sandy and Pearlworks go to

Lorna Ramussen, an independent associate for LegalShield discussed the advantage of having a team of lawyers at your disposal for as low as $17/month!  To learn more about LegalSheild, go to

And last but not least, Lorikay Stone talked about her photography business and how developing your professional image on websites and social media with a snapshot of you on your vacation or cropped from a family photo is NOT the way to go.  Professional headshots are affordable and critical in today’s marketplace and Lorikay works with her clients to get the best look to market themselves and their business.  To learn more about Lorikay Photography go to

And of course, you’ll want to listen to the interview for some additional insights into online dating, jewelry for a cause and the easiest way to get out of a traffic ticket!

Sue Sullivan of Hot Squeeze and Evin Galang Down South Swing

Chic Perspectives features Atlanta entrepreneurs Sue Sullivan, President of Hot Squeeze, and Evin Galang, Owner of Down South Swing.

Evin Galang was enjoying working in her passion as a dance instructor when the opportunity to takeover the Down South Swing studio arose.  She decided to step up to the challenge of turning around the business and get it back on its feet.  Top dance instructors offer a variety of classes and workshops appealing to everyone from beginners to award winning professionals.

Find out more about classes and dance offerings at Down South Swing at


Sue Sullivan, was running her own catering business when the concept for Hot Squeeze (delicious all natural sauces you can put on -everything) took her focus front and center, consumer taste buds loved what she had created, demand surged and The Hot Squeeze blossomed into a thriving business, with a distribution deal with Whole Foods and other major grocery retailers fueling expansion.

Learn more about Hot Squeeze at