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Scentsy has released its Spring/Summer 2014 catalog

April 1, 2014

Scentsy has released its Spring/Summer 2014 catalog and its charitable cause product—Roosevelt the Rabbit Scentsy Buddy, a soft, floppy-eared rabbit.

Scentsy will donate $6.50 from every Roosevelt the Rabbit purchase ($30) to the March of Dimes “imbornto” campaign, a movement dedicated to continued research and education responsible for helping more mothers have healthy, full-term pregnancies.  

“This year marks our tenth year in business and we can’t imagine a better way to celebrate a successful decade than by giving our consultants and customers beautiful new warmers and fragrances,” said Heidi Thompson, president and co-owner of Scentsy, Inc. “Our Spring/Summer 2014 catalog is one of our best.”

More info: www.scentsy.com
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