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Marine Veteran/Male Military Spouse - Scentsy? Yep!
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Marine veteran and male military spouse, Andrew Ferguson, has stepped outside his comfort zone to make a little money. He is selling Scentsy stuff. Guys, THIS is the type of creativity, determination, and courage it takes to be a successful business person as a miltiary spouse! When we asked how this new venture came about, this is what Andrew said:
"Scentsy is a company that deals with fragrances to include perfume, candles, bath and body products, travel stuff, and much more. I decided to this because another military spouse, Mindy Hamel, (my wife works with her spouse) thought it would be something fun. When I agreed do it with her, she thought I was kidding. As everyone knows I am a stay at home dad and student in Business Administration. This seems like it could help get me started in the business world and bring in a little extra money. These are the reasons why I decided to go with this venture. Also whenever we PCS I can take the business with me so that is a plus."
All of our spouses love smelly stuff, so this could be a great fit for everyone. You can help out a male spouse, and make your wife happy! Andrew's contact information/web page are below:
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Interviews with Karen Golden (Deputy Director, MOAA Government Relations) and Monique Rizer (Deputy Director, MOAA Spouse Programs). Video Credit to MOAA Video Department for providing some b-roll footage.
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