Just in Time for Mother’s Day, glassybaby Now Available for Free Two-Hour Delivery Through Amazon Prime Now in Select Cities

Prime Now makes it easier than ever to get hand-blown votives,
drinkers and tea lights delivered right to your door for a thoughtful
Mother’s Day gift

SEATTLE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Lee Rhodes, founder of glassybaby,
is pleased to announce that the company is making its extraordinary
hand-blown glass available for ultra-fast delivery through amazon.com%2Fonboard%3FsourceUrl%3D%252F&esheet=51553483&newsitemid=20170504006332&lan=en-US&anchor=Amazon+Prime+Now&index=2&md5=a290a15a426d3dda5bf3a722589c0076″ rel=”nofollow”>Amazon
Prime Now
. The stunning glassybaby hand-blown votives, drinkers
and tea lights are available for free two-hour delivery through Prime
Now, making it more convenient to shop for meaningful Mother’s Day,
hostess, birthday and other special occasion gift-giving in Portland,
the San Francisco Bay Area, Sacramento, and Seattle.


Inspired by the healing light of a candle in a hand-blown votive,
glassybaby was founded by three-time cancer survivor Lee Rhodes. 10% of
all sales of glassybaby products go to organizations that help people,
animals and the planet heal. The company has given hope, beauty,
kindness and more than $6.4 million to organizations through its
white
light fund
. The votives and drinkers are hand-blown by
artisan glassmakers in Seattle and Berkeley, and each color has a
significant name and story, making them lasting, thoughtful gifts that
give back to the community.

“Gaining access and visibility in front of Prime members through Prime
Now will enable us to raise even more money for deserving organizations
that help people, animals and the planet heal, by providing thoughtful,
meaningful gifts to people who want a convenient and fast option for
gift-giving,” said Rhodes.

The newest glassybaby votive, ‘petal’, is available on Amazon Prime
Now
– just in time for Mother’s Day. ‘petal’ is a stunning white
votive crafted with colored accents along the base that look like rose
petals. Additional votives with sentimental and playful names for
Mother’s Day that are available via Amazon Prime Now include
‘mom’, ‘goodness’, ‘home sweet home’ and ‘thank you’.

“We are excited to add this beloved brand to our wide selection of
giftable products for any occasion,” said Stephenie Landry, VP of
Prime Now Worldwide
. “Customers are going to love getting these
locally handmade, unique and charitable products delivered right to
their door with free two-hour delivery.”

“Expanding our distribution through Amazon Prime Now represents
an exciting new growth opportunity for glassybaby,” added glassybaby
CEO Bill Cummings
. “We look forward to introducing our products to
Amazon Prime members, while providing our existing customers with a new,
incredibly convenient, and fast way to get the products they love.”

glassybaby products can be found on the Amazon Prime Now website at https://primenow.amazon.com/
and via the Amazon Prime Now app.

Prime members can shop tens or thousands of items available for
superfast delivery on www.primenow.com
or on the Prime Now mobile app. The service is available in more than 30
cities in the U.S. With Prime Now, members can get free two-hour
delivery and one-hour delivery is $7.99. Learn more about Prime Now at www.amazon.com/primenow.

About glassybaby

glassybaby are one-of-a-kind hand blown glass votives and drinkers made
by glassblowers in Berkeley, CA and Seattle, WA. glassybaby come in 400+
rich colors, each with a unique name and story. glassybaby was founded
in 2001 by three-time cancer survivor Lee Rhodes. During her chemo
treatments, Lee met patients who could not afford basic needs and when
she founded glassybaby, it was with the core mission of helping to
alleviate these struggles. The giving mission has since expanded to help
people, animals, and the planet heal. To date, glassybaby has donated
more than $6.4 million to more than 400 nonprofit organizations. There
are four glassybaby stores throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, four
stores in the Seattle area and one in Lake Oswego, OR. Learn more about
glassybaby at www.glassybaby.com.

Contacts

glassybaby
California:
Glodow Nead Communications
Casey
Shaughnessy, Molly Morrison, Paige Siegall and Sarah Rogers, 415-394-6500
glassybabyPR@glodownead.com
or
Washington
& Oregon
:
The Keller Group
Lee Keller, 425-898-2700
lee@thekellergroup.com
or
Morrena
Villanueva, 425-898-2700