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Home-grown toy business taking off for mom, daughter

 

December 18, 2019

JULIE AND SHILOH WOLFSONG, here with some of their products, have watched their Groovy Moods home business take off, partly with help from RAIN.

What started as a home-based business producing crafts and monsters for kids has turned into a much more diverse enterprise and a full-time job for a Sweet Home woman and her daughter.

Julie Wolfsong and her daughter, Shiloh, 15, started Groovy Moods six years ago when they spent their last $40 in a desperate move to make ends meet.

Wolfsong is a part-time housekeeper at Lebanon Rehab, she said.

"The business is my full-time job. It used to be the other way around. We've just gotten really busy in the last three years. "

Most of their business is online sales, but they recently did a hol...



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