AS SEEN IN...
Maker's Row Feature -
A Day In The Life of a Momtrepreneur | Interview With Shelly Nicholas
Shelly Nicholas is a Military Spouse, new mother and the President of Pretty Knotty LLC as well as being a professor of marketing at several universities. For Mother’s Day, Shelly took some time to tell us about being a Mom-trepreneur.
Chatelaine Feature -
2017 Holiday Gift Guide
We're excited to share that FIT TIES are featured as one of the most fun and stylist gifts for fitness buffs this holiday season! Our hair ties are currently highlighted in Chatelaine Magazine's 2017 Holiday Shopping Guide.
Merci beaucoup, Chatelaine! We are so glad that you love our FIT TIES.
...and we think you, and your friends will too! Check out FIT TIES to learn more.
Horse Radio Network Feature -
As seen on The Stable Scoop
Pretty Knotty was the featured Tack and Habit product review in this week's episode of The Stable Scoop Radio Show - the most entertaining equine radio show ever!
Fit Ties were reviewed by Helena Bee because she thought they would be a great fit for equestrian sports. The idea was that the low-profile design could reduce bulk under riders' helmets - especially if riders have long hair.
Newport Mercury Feature -
When Uncle Sam Restricts Your Resume
“I’m really passionate about entrepreneurship and empowering women,” Nicholas said when asked why she decided to start the Newport chapter. Nicholas is using her previous experience in economic development in New York City to co-launch an athletic hair accessory business, Pretty Knotty, while also working as a business consultant and Roger Williams University adjunct professor.
Executive Editor, Bethany Heitman, selected our FIT TIES as a 2017 Summer Essential in the June/July issue of People StyleWatch!
When talking about why she loves FIT TIES, Heitman said, "I'm training for a half marathon this summer, and these hair ties are my new BFF. They have a good grip, so my pony stays put."
LIM College Feature -
Professor Shares Entrepreneurial Adventures With Her Students
When it comes to entrepreneurship, Professor Shelly Nicholas has a lot of wisdom to share. For example, when business plans are discussed, she’s able to offer insight about the amount of time and effort required to conduct market research and can speak about how to create compelling narratives for potential investors.
This is because Professor Nicholas has done — and is doing — all of these things.
Pretty Knotty, owned by Simsbury High School graduate, Shelly Nicholas, announces the launch of Fit Ties – the first performance hair accessories created for athletes and active users. The patented, low-profile design, innovative manufacturing process, and proprietary material blend combined to create a durable product that keeps hair securely in place while reducing friction on hair. All products are made in the USA.