Emily Rose Launches Home Business Opportunity For Mom & Daughter Entrepreneurs

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Emily Rose @ Home introduces a new home party business for Mom and Daughter entrepreneurs’. Emily Rose has always offered significant savings on clothing and furniture for 18 inch dolls over the name brands (like American Girl) – and now they are introducing a way for Moms to make money while helping other Moms save. Emily Rose will celebrate the July launch by giving one lucky Mom her very own home party business (Platinum Starter Package) absolutely free.

Emily Rose will launch the @ Home party business opportunity to a limited group of “Founder’s Circle” members beginning on July 14th. Owning an Emily Rose @ Home party business has many benefits but Founder’s Circle members will receive more. “Founder’s Circle” members will become part of an exclusive community of @Home Business owners with access to an information packed blog, a private forum, free teleseminars and private phone calls, all intended to create a powerful, dynamic and financially successful community of work at home Moms.

Emily Rose Discount Doll Clothes owner, Lisa-Marie Cabrelli know that parents everywhere are looking to save money on purchases but shelter their kids from the stress of the economic crisis. She knows this because, while most companies are struggling, Emily Rose is experiencing consistent growth. Drawing on her, “obsession with finding a way to help other Moms work at home and have the satisfaction of owning their own business” Lisa-Marie created the Emily Rose @ Home party business after realizing that every parent was searching for lower cost options to clothing and furniture for the 18 inch doll.

Lisa-Marie says, “It just made sense to me to expand this product line in to a home party network. Moms will be able to reach many new customers that aren’t internet shoppers and haven’t heard of Emily Rose. It is also the perfect opportunity for Moms, Grandmas or Aunts to partner with their favorite American Girl. It’s also a great tool to introduce kids to finance and business and give them a head start. I felt like Parents were looking for ways to make extra money plus expand their kid’s financial education during these tough economic times.”

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