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Bonnie Ramsey

Joined 9 years ago from United States




Bonnie is 46 years old and resides in New Albany, MS with her husband, Daniel. They have been married 13 years, have 2 grown daughters and 3 grandchildren. She enjoys fishing, karaoke parties and spending time with family.

She is a writer of poetry, short stories, articles and a monthly newsletter called Business Scents. She was selected to be listed in the 2007 Biltmore's Who's Who Among Executive and Professionals. She is a recruiter, trainer and coach in her own home gourmet candle business and organized the first regional training meeting for the southern U.S. region in 2007.

Bonnie's company offers an alternative vegetable blend candle that is made from vegetable waxes and other biodegradable ingredients for a healthier burning candle. If you are looking for some excellent environmentally friendly products, feel free to have a look around at http://www.businessscents.info .Her company also offers an excellent, fun business opportunity that has extensive coaching and company support. You can read more about the business opportunity at http://www.bonnieramsey.com

Bonnie has created a directory of business and motivational hubs that contain many articles to help you understand home businesses, how they work and how to look for them as well as some motivational articles that can be helpful to you when starting your own business. You can find that directory here:


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    9 years ago

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    6 years ago

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    9 months ago

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  • Why Can't Dogs Eat Chocolate?

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    21 months ago

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  • History of Double Dutch (jump rope)

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