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Got a coupon code from www.kathlina.com for 30% off organic skin care products: FWZ74. Works even on for sale items and free shipping. Just received confirmation that my order was shipped.
 

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Hey if your new stuff doesn't work let me know - I sell 100% natural skin care and mineral makeup and have great incentives for new clients. You can look at my products at marloquinn.com/rcorey.
 

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Hey if your new stuff doesn't work let me know - I sell 100% natural skin care and mineral makeup and have great incentives for new clients. You can look at my products at marloquinn.com/rcorey.
Nice looking webpage. I have worked for a few private label manufacturers and can tell you pretty much where MQ gets their products manufacturered. Marlo Quinn is a brand new Multilevel marketing company (according to their page). Good luck to you. Prices seem kind of high for the quality of products you are getting though. I can buy the same stuff at a wholefoods or Henry's/Wild oats supermarket for less. Not truely "all natural" either. I saw products containing sodium laurel sulfate and parabens on their page. Getting those products into Costco might be a good marketing approach.
 

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They actually manufacture them all themselves. It started out in July and they (Marcee & Chris Townsend) didn't plan on making the company getting very big but since it has grown to more than they expected they have had to hire some full-time people and get a forumator, etc. They're working their butts off at what started out as a hobby -- something she had a love for and wanted to do for fun.

Costco takes products from just anyone? I didn't know that...
 

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They actually manufacture them all themselves. It started out in July and they (Marcee & Chris Townsend) didn't plan on making the company getting very big but since it has grown to more than they expected they have had to hire some full-time people and get a forumator, etc. They're working their butts off at what started out as a hobby -- something she had a love for and wanted to do for fun.

Costco takes products from just anyone? I didn't know that...
I don't think Costco takes products from just anyone, but from companies that have products to appeal to a broad group of people. It's all about price breaks. If they can offer the products at the right price and quantities Costco might look into it. On the other hand I can not see Jo Woods Organics or Dr. Hauschka selling at Costco. The volume sales just wouldn't be there.
 
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