kathy ireland Worldwide Extends Partnership with Pacific Coast Lighting

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BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.-Pacific Coast Lighting has extended its partnership with kathy ireland Worldwide (kiWW). The association now will extend into 2018. The two companies began working together in 2004.

"Pacific Coast Lighting is an extraordinary company," said Ireland. "We are blessed to continue to grow our brand with Clark Linstone, president of Pacific Coast Lighting, and his wonderful team. The leadership, integrity, commitment to excellence and exquisite product is unrivaled in the lighting industry. Their creativity, quality and workmanship is magnificent. We are continuing together to bring our designs in the wonderful assortment of lighting and coordinated accessories."

Linstone added, "During the years of our partnership, we have seen Kathy Ireland grow her brand into one of the most recognized brands not only in the lighting category but across all of home decor and more. Kathy Ireland has an unparalleled commitment to her brand. Her products focus on design, fashion, quality, value and safety, while continuing to resound with customers. Pacific Coast Lighting has thoroughly enjoyed our partnership and look forward to our many future years together. Pacific Coast Lighting is pleased to announce the extension of our brand partnership through 2018 with kathy ireland Home, including Jardin by Nicholas Walker and Acafe by Chef Andre."

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