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Naples Soap Company Heads To Japanese Retailer

September 28, 2012

JAPAN: US-based Naples Soap Company has finalized an exclusive marketing and distribution agreement with the Kameyama Candle House that places its all-natural and organic bath and skin care products throughout Japan.

“We are thrilled to be offering our all-natural bath and skin care products to the people of Japan,” said Deanna Renda, founder and CEO of Naples Soap Company. “We could not have chosen a more revered company than Kameyama Candle House to partner with on this endeavor.”

Kameyama Candle House is reportedly diversifying its product offerings. Founded in 1927, Japan’s largest domestic candle manufacturer is positioning Naples Soap Company as a cornerstone brand for its five candle houses, as well as their national rollout of more than 20 store-within-a-store locations through 2013, according to executives at Naples Soap.

More info: www.NaplesSoap.com
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