Knoxville’s online Compass newspaper reported yesterday that a Knoxville entrepreneur – Loly Orozco, Owner of Little Postage House – was one of just 50 selected from across the country for the 2021 class of the “Tory Burch Foundation Fellows Program.”
Started by the well-known fashion designer to support women entrepreneurs, the program provides each participant with a $5,000 grant, a year of education, workshops and networking opportunities. Compass says that Orozco started her business in 2016 in New Jersey and moved it to a West Knoxville location in 2019.
Here’s a description of Little Postage House from the company’s website: “Using her eye for detail and love of all things paper and vintage, Loly began curating vintage postage collections and designing invitation suites that focus on the smallest details to tell her clients’ unique stories. Since then, Loly has worked with hundreds of clients on their postage and paper needs. She wanted to ensure that the Little Postage House would serve as a resource for her clients, making the wedding process a little easier and hopefully a whole lot of fun for you! It’s as simple as that. Loly will work with you every step of the way (from initial design stages to assembly and mailing) to create something that is truly special and reflects your vision.”