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Customer Spotlight: Krista Shue Mast

Customer Spotlight: Krista Shue Mast

Welcome to our customer spotlight series! Each month, we will feature a member of Team REDBUDSUDS who will share his or her adventures and unique ways of being thoughtfully clean. This month, we're proud to introduce: Krista Shue Mast of Kidron, Ohio REDBUDSUDS is all about adventure. Krista's rocking it! Number of states and/or number of countries visited in your lifetime: 41 States and 11 Countries Places you’ve traveled with REDBUDSUDS: Camping in NY, Indiana and Ohio How did you find REDBUDSUDS in the first place? My sister gave me RBS for Christmas one year and I've been using it ever since! What’s...

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Join our summer EcoChallenge: GROW!

Join our summer EcoChallenge: GROW!

Each season, we host a themed eco-challenge on Instagram to encourage thoughtfully clean living.  This July 17-30, our GROW challenge is here to help you make more sustainable choices about what you eat. Each day during the two-week challenge, we'll be posting tips and ideas for inspiration. Participation is super easy: 1. Make a goal (see below for ideas). 2. Follow @redbudsuds on Instagram. 3. Comment, like, and post. Each time you comment on one of our GROW posts or post your own with #RBSecochallenge and tag @redbudsuds, you get an entry to our grand prize drawing at the end. GRAND PRIZE:...

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REDBUDSUDS joins 1% for the Planet

REDBUDSUDS joins 1% for the Planet

Remember getting an allowance as a kid? My parents gave my sister and I each the generous sum of one dime for every year of our age. So at age six, I got a whopping 60 cents a week. They taught us that no matter your income, you do three things: share, save, and then spend. As a six-year-old, that meant 20 cents to a good cause, 20 cents in the piggy bank, and 20 cents for ice-cream (obviously). Generous, right? As a self-employed adult, life is no longer quite that simple. There are bills to pay and a business start-up to...well, start-up! Although I'm inspired by the generosity instilled in me in...

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