Video: Raining Rose Lip Balm Company

24 Feb

This is a guest post by John Simonetta, owner of Proforma Simonetta Freelance, an eco-friendly promotional items consultancy (see John’s blogs are designed to keep us up to date on the “greening” of his industry.

Raining Rose, Inc. was at the 2009 Dallas ASI show last week showing their line of 66% organic lip balms. They are USDA organic certified and I think these are great products for any Ecopreneurist looking for a different spin on giveaway items.

Raining Rose has a neat back story for aspiring Ecopreneurists. They began in 1996 as basically a family hobby with a basement kitchen workshop and are now a growing leader in their field producing all-natural products in an 18,200 square foot building in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

From “The company’s original owners refined the products, creating pure, and often vegan formulas, of the highest quality ingredients. [Since] January of 2003 [Raining Rose] has focused their efforts on delivering quality products to their customer on time, incorporating the tried-and-true family recipes with luscious new creations.”

Here is more information on the line from Steve.

If you are in the promotions business contact Lisa Wagner at Raining Rose, if not email or your local promo item dealer for pricing and information.

2 Responses to “Video: Raining Rose Lip Balm Company”

  1. John Simonetta February 24, 2009 at 8:31 PM #

    Thank you for the emails. Yes, Steve meant to say visit


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