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Kitchenware Company Finesseur Shares Its Views On Disney's Latest Award-Winning Song

July 11, 2014 - Oakland, CA -- Based on the book "The Snow Queen" by Hans Christian Andersen, Walt Disney Pictures' film "Frozen" was released to the public in November 2013. Several months after the movie's release, its breakaway song "Let It Go" is still managing to find its way to the news and different social media outlets. Acknowledging this trend, kitchenware brand Finesseur posted a blog on its website a few days ago sharing some insights on the song's sensational impact.
 
The blog touches on the protagonist's transformation from being shy and fearful, to being confident and powerful. It describes how the transformation took place, how the visual effects and the compelling music were combined perfectly to make the scene as memorable as possible, and the symbolic meaning behind the actions done.
 
With the continuing acts of discrimination, bullying, and harassment, self-acceptance is one challenge that not everyone is willing to face. For many, simply doing what is expected of him or her is easier. For others who are brave enough to be who they are, however, it's usually more complicated, depressing, and even painful at times.    
 
"Although there are disagreements on why the song "Let It Go" has reached the heights that it did, we at Finesseur are more inclined to view its message in a positive light. We believe we need to remind ourselves that on a personal level, we can only be truly happy if we accept who we are, and not let others dictate our path. You can disappoint everybody else, but if you disappoint yourself, you'll never really be happy," states Allison Montgomery, spokesperson of Finesseur.
 
Relating the song's message to customer service and satisfaction, Montgomery says: "We know and accept that it is impossible to please everybody. At the same time, we want to assure our customers that we take their feedback very seriously. We would like our organization to be regarded as one that listens and knows how to effectively incorporate customer feedback with company ideals in order to come up with extraordinary products," adds Montgomery.
 
The blog concludes with its version of what an ideal world could be like. 

Readers can view the complete post in Finesseur's website. Aside from offering high quality kitchen products, Finesseur is also committed to building and maintaining a more personal relationship with its customers by regularly publishing new blog posts.
 


About Finesseur

Finesseur brings fashion design, precise engineering, and top quality craftsmanship together in American kitchens. Finesseur believes kitchen tools should be not only functional, but also inspirational.

Contact
Allison Montgomery
510-269-7277
media@finesseur.com
http://finesseur.com


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