New Orleans, LA – Amanda LeBlanc, New Orleans native and founder of The Amandas, started her flourishing national organization firm in New Orleans over ten years ago. With the continued success and increased demands in New Orleans, Amanda is pleased to announce the addition of a second organizational store, The Amandas Organizing and Closets, set to open on Monday, November 4. Offering a full line of organizational products and services, the new store will be located in Metairie at 517 Metairie Road. New Orleans native and long-term associate of the company, Erin Schmidt, will be the Store Manager for this location.
“New Orleans is my home. After Hurricane Katrina, it was important to me to continue providing organizational services to my clients in the area. We are excited to further expand these services with a store focused on organizational products for your home and office,” states Amanda LeBlanc, Owner of The Amandas.
Originally founded in New Orleans in 2003, The Amandas, started with a passion for organizing by Amanda LeBlanc. LeBlanc grew the firm by organizing homes and businesses across the South. When Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005, Amanda evacuated with 2 suitcases, 2 dogs, 2 children and her husband. Devastated to lose everything from the hurricane, Amanda and her family made the decision to settle in Birmingham, AL, providing logistically ease for the growth of her business.
The Amandas have grown into a nationally recognized and highly sought after organizing business. As a leader in the industry, Amanda LeBlanc has been featured on her own hit reality show, The Amandas, and featured in various outlets such as HGTV.com, USA Today, NBC’s The TODAY Show, The Washington Post, Women’s World, New Orleans Homes and Lifestyles, as well as a regular contributing columnist for a variety of regional outlets.
For more information on Amanda LeBlanc, please contact Krista Conlin at 205.937.3777 or Krista@KCProjects.net.
ABOUT AMANDA LEBLANC
Amanda LeBlanc is organizing the South, one space at a time. As a top Professional Organizer in the US, Amanda provides her clients and fans with easy-to-follow advice and organizational over-hauls to help de-clutter their space and ease the stress of daily activities. With a little sass and savvy on the side, Amanda ensures that her clients are fully prepared to manage their new spaces with comfort and efficiency.
Amanda established her own successful professional organizing firm, The Amandas, in New Orleans, Louisiana, nearly ten years ago. Her obsession with keeping her own home well-structured inspired Amanda, as well as the firm’s, success by allowing them to find real, workable solutions for de-cluttering the home and creating order for her clients’ lives. The Amandas, now based in Birmingham, Alabama has grown to service clients all over the country, providing them with top-tier organizing talent and jaw-dropping results.
In 2011, after conquering the business world, Amanda conquered the entertainment world, as well. As the star of her own hit reality television series, The Amandas on The Style Network, Amanda LeBlanc is a familiar face to millions of viewers who welcomed her into their homes. With her professional team of organizers, she trekked across the Southeast, organizing high-profile client homes, including the Atlanta home of the Real Housewives franchise star, Nene Leakes. With her leadership, sass, and organizing know-how, Amanda and her organizers straightened up the messes in people’s homes, focusing on the reasons why there might be clutter in the first place, and then developing a practical solution that would work with the clients’ lifestyles.
An experienced speaker and spokesperson, Amanda enjoys talking with viewers, audiences, and anyone else about her passion for organizing and her motivation for being a successful woman in business. She continues to make appearances on local television stations in Atlanta, Birmingham and New Orleans, sharing new tips and showing viewers how to establish order in their own lives. She is also the national spokesperson for Organized Living, a national company that provides adjustable organizational systems for the home. Most recently, Amanda penned a series of blog posts on her own site TheAmandas.com regarding recovery and picking up the pieces after a traumatic event. Drawing on her own experiences in surviving Hurricane Katrina, her voice and timeliness impacted many people who were experiencing the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy. Through her work in television, radio, print, and other media outlets, Amanda is a voice that is unmistakable and passionate, spreading insight to all.
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