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Hi, my name is Trisha and I am honored you are here to visit my world of Sparkle & Fizz!


I’m a Midwest Girl who loves her Sparkle and her Champagne, a busy mom of two tiny humans and a fur-baby along with a loving wife to my Prince Charming. I am the Owner and Founder of Sparkle & Fizz, a brand I created that captures my own personality while providing a way to share my talents as well as my love of Direct Sales with others. 

Ever since I was working full-time before children, it was my desire and personal mission to encourage and empower others to Be the Sparkle!  Which is why I am juggling so many plates—each one of these ventures allows me to outreach and help fulfill my purpose!

I have a knack for being super organized and I love to see other people's success stories.  Through many different pathways I've ventured down, I found one that finally lead me to a place that I feel called to be...as a Coach that encourages others and empowers them by providing the tools needed for success.  (Oh, and I sell Thirty-One Gifts, too, in my "spare" time!)  I've launched a Podcast, I'm floating around on Social Media, and I will occasionally Blog here and there.

I'm also out in the "real world" from time to time, so if you see me---stop and say Hello! 

I truly hope that we can become lifelong friends and that I inspire you to #BeTheSparkle!



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