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44: A Passion For Helping People | Ian Parsons | Perfect Knots LLC

Be Inspired | Do Good

Lots of people have a signature look. John Lennon had those memorable round eyeglasses, Pharrell Williams wears his iconic tall brown hat. Taylor Swift and Gwen Stefani rock the bright red lipstick. For today’s guest, that unforgettable fashion accessory is not his friendly smile or positive attitude, but his bowtie.

Ian Parsons opened Perfect Knots LLC 3 years ago to bring custom bowties to the people of Roanoke. He has a passion for helping people wear the right bowtie with the right outfit and enjoys sharing his love for the fashion piece. Ian says bowties give you personality and can improve your confidence and self-esteem.

Warning: if you listen to this episode, you might find yourself hankering for a bowtie too!

 

GET IN TOUCH WITH IAN

The best way to get in touch with Ian is on Facebook at Perfect Knots LLC: https://www.facebook.com/Perfect-Knots-LLC-103976403288410/

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Find Ian’s online store here

 

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