SOUTHERN PINES, N.C., October 28, 2021 (Newswire.com) - The American-made handbag company R. Riveter is excited to celebrate the birthday of Elinor Otto, one of the original Rosie the Riveters. Elinor Otto is the woman known as the longest-working "Rosie the Riveter", and her service to the United States is appreciated by all. R. Riveter is excited to announce this tremendous day, and celebrate her and the progress that has been made over the past 100 years.
In honor of Elinor Otto's 102nd birthday, R. Riveter will be releasing the Limited Edition Otto handbag, featuring Elinor's signature embroidered in gold thread and adorned with a Rosie Red Scarf. Ten percent of the net profits from this bag will go to support the organization of Elinor's choice, the American Veterans Center. With Veterans Day just around the corner, which is also R. Riveter's 10-year anniversary, Elinor and R. Riveter are working together to say Thank You to our Veterans. Elinor Otto, Cameron Cruse, and Lisa Bradley are honored by the opportunity to empower and support women, military families, and Veterans.
Elinor Otto is one of the original Rosie the Riveters and served the United States by building airplanes for more than 50 years. The culmination of Elinor Otto's devotion, support, and work has helped the United States immensely, and she is honored to continue to support women, military families, and Veterans across the country.
"We couldn't be more excited to honor Elinor on her 102nd birthday and do our part to continue to acknowledge and celebrate the legacy of Rosie the Riveter and the entire generation that sacrificed so much," said co-founder of R. Riveter, Cameron Cruse.
With the celebration of Elinor Otto's 102nd birthday, R. Riveter is honored to announce the launch of their Limited Edition Otto handbag, featuring one of the original Rosie the Riveter's signatures in gold thread. The first 102 customers will also receive the Rosie Red Bandana scarf. 10% of net profits from the limited edition bag will go to support the organization of Elinor Otto's choice, The American Veterans Center.
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