I am so blown away by the things that have been coming to fruition since we started this company in September 26th 2020. We have sold so many candles that I have almost lost count, have our candles on the shelves of some amazing retail locations, have the support of a plethora of customers, family, friends and followers, have partnered with some amazing organizations and have the pleasure of been featured by various media. For all this, we are eternally grateful.
When we were contacted by RedFin to be featured, I was skeptical , as I wondered if this was a real request or if it was a scam. ( the scammers are getting very creative, so I didn't want to take any chances). I did my usual checks to confirm wether or not it was the "real deal". It turned out to be a real request from RedFin and I went ahead in preparing my piece for the article which is a collaboration with other "scent centric" businesses who were also contacted by RedFin.
If you don't know who or what is Redfin. RedFin is a technology powered real estate company who also run the #1 real estate site in the United States. A huge deal right? We thought so too!
This collaboration/feature couldn't have come at a better time as we are all in full holiday preparation mode and speaks to one of our favorite ways to enjoy the holidays, through scent. I have included a short excerpt from the article below and you can read more by clicking on the embedded link.
"The holiday season brings about gift-giving, spending time with loved ones, and of course, delicious holiday smells. From cinnamon to gingerbread to pine tree, there are many different scents of the season. If you are looking for the best ways to make your home smell like the holidays, we’ve got the article for you.
Redfin reached out to experts, including us, to share our favorite scents and ways to bring in the best scents of the holiday season in your home. So whether you’re celebrating in Bridgeport CT or Anahiem, CA, Check out 20 Scentsational Ways to Make Your Home Smell Like the Holidays to see how to achieve the sweet aromas of the holidays."