Nancy Ganz Biography
Nancy Ganz is an American unndergament entrepreneur born on 16th June 1955 in Hewlett, New York. She is the founder member of Bodyslimmers and its former president.
Nancy Ganz Age
Nancy Ganz is 63 years old as of 2018.
Nancy Ganz Net worth
Nancy Ganz has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Nancy Ganz Family
Nancy Ganz was born to Norma Ganz (mother) and Harry Ganz (mother).Nancy Ganz and husband photo
Nancy Ganz Husband
Nancy Ganz is married to Mitchell S. Steir who is the CEO of Savills Studley. The couples were blessed with two children. Her mother taught her the design aspects while her father shared knowledge on the fundamentals of manufacturing and business.
Nancy Ganz Education
Nancy Ganz graduated from New York University with a degree in Biology in 1977.
Nancy Ganz Career
Nancy Ganz started her business career when she was young whereby her parents taught her the business activities. Her mother taught her the design aspects while her father shared knowledge on the fundamentals of manufacturing and business. In 1986 she found a financial backing and launched the NBG Fashions to market her own clothing line, Her sportswear, at one point were valued at $1.5 million. She discoverd that women had few options in terms of supportive undergarments. In 1988 she invented a nylon-and-Lycra straight slip that compressed women’s hips and stomach. She named it the Hipslip and she began offering the modernized girdle free to retailers who purchased her sportswear collection. She Understands the need to prevent competitors from imitating her product trademarked Hipslip.
Upon her success product sh e decided to shut down her parental business, and she used her savings to found Bodyslimmers in 1990. In her company, the first month, Bodyslimmers sold 40,000 Hipslips. Ganz credits her invention to realization of a practical need. In 1991, The Wall Street Journal reported that in six-month period Bloomingdale’s had seen girdle sales as a category increase 35% and attributed the increase in part to the sales of Ganz’s Hipslip. Her body slimmers company developed into a multi-line operation, in creating and marketing the body slimmers products including the Belly Buster and Butt Booster. In 1996, Warnaco Group of New York purchased Bodyslimmers for $15 million. The purchase allowed Warnaco to capitalize on Bodyslimmers’ popularity and enter the baby-boomers market, and she went to run the operation for Warnaco as the new president of Bodyslimmers division. In the same year she lanched the products aimed at Men. In 1997 she unveiled to a new retail shopping concept called the Body Bar, of self-servicing lingerie shopping assistant which provided product information based on shoppers’ dependency on sales to the people.
Nancy Ganz Reviews
I have been looking for these for a long time. I purchased Nancy Ganz Bodyslimmers several years ago and loved them. They are not too heavy and they look good under see through tops. They are smoothing and I found the ones that are heavier don’t look natural under closing and really do not smooth as well because they bind so much that excess (fat?) shows under arms and back. I am 5’2″ and I always had to have the others shortened because they came to my hips and rolled up. These are perfect and don’t really roll up. They come in small and the others usually do not and cost 4 X as much. If you google Nancy Ganz it never went to Amazon and no one else carries these. I think you will love them. . . I do.
I am over 70 and have used Nancy Ganz shaping camisoles for over 12 years. Bought as a camisole, it quickly became my main go-to undergarment when I realized it did the work of supporting without a bra (and so neatly eliminated back bulges)! I feared I’d never find them again, and have tried four major brands in an effort to replicate NG’s product. Finally, I altered my original two (size large) to accommodate a loss in weight and inches after surgery. Since yours was only offered in sizes Small and Extra Large, I hesitated, but am so happy I went ahead and ordered the small. It’s very accommodating and near perfect. Thank you for offering them. It’s like re-finding a dear friend. Life is good.
Nancy Ganz You tube Interview
Nancy Ganz Interview
To encourage you to take advantage of this series we are offering the set of all four commentaries for $29.95. You will find the details of this special at the end of interview questions in this post. We are grateful that Nancy has done this interview. We are trusting God that your appreciation for this series will be deepened and that God will use this interaction for his glory and your good. This interview will come in several posts, concluding this Saturday. I believe you will find her answers to provide an intimate and encouraging look at what makes Herein is Love so special.
Nancy, the first question is the obvious, but I believe it is important for our readers to know: Why did you decide to write these commentaries for children?
Nancy Ganz: I wrote this book to teach children about the Love of God. When I was a child I learned about the God of wrath in the Old Testament. When I came of age I was confirmed in the church, even while I rejected this God in my heart–but at the right time, on the day appointed for me by God, at the age of twenty- one, the Lord brought me to Himself and I embraced this God with faith. I placed my trust in Him to forgive my sins and rescue me from death. He was not a God of wrath, but a God of Love and Grace. It has grieved me that my heavenly Father should be so maligned, especially in the eyes of little children. God’s great Love pours forth from the very beginning of the Bible, from the opening words in Genesis, to the closing words in Revelation. God’s great Salvation is proclaimed throughout the Scriptures–and that is how my heart was turned to Him, by seeing this salvation unveiled in the Old Testament. I discovered that the Bible was not a collection of unrelated short stories, and it was seeing this unity of the Scriptures that brought me to faith. I came to a saving knowledge of Christ through the Gospel of Moses and the last shreds of unbelief were ripped from my eyes by the proclamation of John the Baptist. He was the voice calling out in the wilderness who finally reached my heart.
“Behold the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world!” I beheld Jesus, because I understood for the first time about the Lamb of God in the writings of Moses. This Messiah had been announced from the beginning. I had not understood what manner of Man He was, because I had not been taught all that had been written beforehand concerning Him. Jesus said, “How foolish you are, and how slow of heart to believe all that the prophets have spoken… And beginning with Moses and all the prophets, He explained to them what was said in all the Scriptures concerning Himself” (Luke 24:25, 27). How foolish we are not to teach our children about Christ the way He taught about Himself! How foolish we are not to begin where He began, with the writings of Moses! It is the Old Testament writings about which this is written: “From infancy you have known the Holy Scriptures, which are able to make you wise for salvation through faith in Christ Jesus. All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching” (II Timothy 3:15, 16). I believe that knowing the Old Testament from their earliest days will make our children wise for salvation through Jesus Christ. Our children must see the Love of God from the beginning; they must see God’s plan of Salvation unfolding from the beginning, if they are going to place their trust in Him. “HEREIN IS Love: not that we loved God, but that He loved us and sent His Son as an atoning sacrifice for our sins” (I John 4:10). The work of God’s Son was proclaimed to us from the very beginning.
tell us when you actually decided to write these commentaries.
Nancy Ganz: I decided to write this book when I was sitting in the National Arts Centre Theatre in the capital of Canada. The National Ballet Company of Canada was performing The Nutcracker and I was thinking, “The world takes a silly little story like this and tells it to the children so beautifully and meaningfully that they remember it for the rest of their lives. The church takes the most beautiful and meaningful story ever told–the salvation of God’s people–and somehow turns the most exciting events and amazing facts in all human history into unimaginably boring lessons. How is this possible?” It was that thought in that moment which motivated me to write this book in this way.
That is a powerful motivation! What was the specific reason for beginning to write?
Nancy Ganz: There was also a very practical reason for this book. I needed Bible lessons for teaching. In 1980 my husband, Dr. Richard L. Ganz, was called to plant a church in Ottawa, Canada. I found myself responsible for the Sabbath School of that new work. What materials were available for teaching children the Scriptures? I was disheartened by what I found. Most Sunday School material was so uninteresting and so uninspiring that I could barely read through the lessons myself. The great theme of Scripture–God saving a people for Himself–was somehow lost in these lessons, and what emerged was the repetitive message: “Be good. Do this. Don’t do that.” Of course children must be taught right from wrong, but without faith, works are dead–and they cannot bring a child to life. “It is by grace you have been saved, through faith… not by works” (Ephesians 2:8, 9). All the accounts in the Scriptures, all the stories of the Bible, are there to strengthen our Faith in God. “These are written that you might Believe” (John 20:31). Every lesson should encourage the children to believe–to believe in God’s Word, to believe in God’s Love. I became aware that in most Sunday School lessons the focus was wrong. These lessons focused on what we should do, instead of focusing on what God had done. Their emphasis was upon our works, rather than upon God’s Grace.
What does the Bible say about teaching our children? “We will tell the next generation the praiseworthy deeds of the Lord, His power, and the wonders He has done… He established the Law in Israel, which He commanded our forefathers to teach their children… Then they would put their trust in God and would not forget His deeds, but would keep His commands” (Psalm 78:4, 5,7). Works follow faith. Keeping His commands follows putting their trust in God. And how do they come to put their trust in God? It is by us telling them “the praiseworthy deeds of the Lord. ”O Lord, my God, how many are the wonders Thou has done! How many are the gracious thoughts, which Thou to us has shown! No one can sort and set them out. None can compare to Thee! If I would tell and speak of them, they could not numbered be. I never have within my heart concealed Thy Righteousness. I Thy Salvation have declared and shown Thy Faithfulness. Thy Mercy great, Thy steadfast Love, I ever have revealed, And from the congregation great Thy Truth have not concealed. Psalm 40:5, 10, The Book of Psalms for Singing, 40C In this book, in these lessons, I have humbly endeavoured to begin this task, the task of telling the children of God’s wonders, the task of declaring to them God’s righteousness, Salvation and faithfulness, the task of revealing to them God’s Truth, His great Mercy and His steadfast Love.In the next post we will continue with this interview.
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