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Heather Moore Jewelry Announces Kraft Nabisco Championship Sponsorship

CLEVELAND, April 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --  In the first week of April at Mission Hills Country Club in beautiful Rancho Mirage, California, the 2014 Kraft Nabisco Championship (KNC) hosted more than 100 of the top women golfers from around the world.  Lexi Thompson went head-to-head with Michelle Wie and came out with the three-shot victory.  It was her first win of the season and her first major championship. Minjee Lee was the winner of the Low Amateur Tournament.

Heather Moore Jewelry Announces Kraft Nabisco Championship Sponsorship

"It was such an honor to present Lexi with her Championship charm," says Heather Moore. "We designed the piece to help reflect on the outstanding achievement behind her tournament story."

Moore presented Thompson with the Championship charm on the green at the 18th hole after the winner made the traditional jump into Poppie's Pond.

Moore's company, Heather Moore Jewelry, was not only a 2014 Kraft Nabisco Championship sponsor, but also was asked to design the 2014 Champions Charm and Low Amateur Charm.  The charms in Moore's collection use a freehand stamping technique by using steel stamps milled in her own studio in Cleveland, Ohio.  This gives her the ability to replicate things such as handwriting, family crests and logos such as The Kraft Nabisco Championship insignia adorned on each of the winners' charms.

About Heather Moore Jewelry

In 1994, Heather Moore introduced personalized jewelry to the luxury market and has won numerous awards for her work.  So far in 2014, Heather won 1st place in the Gold Category at the Centurion Design Awards.  In 2013, she won 1st place in the Bridal Category at the Couture Design Awards, 1st place in the Gold Category at the Centurion Design Awards, 1st place in the JCK Jewelers' Choice Awards for Personalized Jewelry over $1,000.  Heather combines her talent for storytelling with her passion for the arts to create a look that allows you to Cherish Who You Are®.  The Heather Moore Jewelry Charming Collection is made with 100% recycled metals and are offered in Sterling silver, 14k and 18k yellow, white, rose and green gold.  The goal of Heather Moore Jewelry is to help create timeless pieces that document life's milestones. www.heathermoorejewelry.com

About the Kraft Nabisco Championship

The Kraft Nabisco Championship is golf's first major and one of the LPGA Tour's most prestigious events. Founded in 1972 by David Foster and Dinah Shore, the Kraft Nabisco Championship earned the designation as a major tournament in 1983. Contested at Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage, Calif., since its inception, the Championship holds the distinction of being the second oldest golf tournament continuously held at the same course. For many, the event is most distinguished by one of golf's most beloved traditions: the champion's leap into Poppie's Pond, located adjacent to the 18th green. In 1988, the first champion's leap into Poppie's Pond was taken by Amy Alcott, and since has become one of the most anticipated and memorable traditions in golf. For more information on the Kraft Nabisco Championship, please visit www.KNCGolf.com

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