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Small Business, Big Heart

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Happy Small Business Saturday!

Mason Jar Lifestyle is a small, independent e-commerce business, established in 2015 by husband and wife team, Maggie and Ryan.

Fast forward to 2019. We now have eight amazing employees, two of whom have been with us from almost the beginning. We range in age from 20-somethings to 70. We come from all walks of life. Among us, we have 12 kids and two grandkids (who are often at the warehouse with us). We have dogs and cats and chickens and turtles and hermit crabs and fish (who don’t join us at the warehouse). We have biology degrees, psychology degrees, English degrees, high school degrees, computer science degrees, business degrees, and music degrees, but, more than that, we each bring our own unique experience that goes beyond any earned degree.

Each handwritten note on your order invoice comes from someone who truly cares about this business and wants you to be happy with your order. So, today, as you’re considering your purchases, don’t forget about the small businesses. Each one of you matters to us. 

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P.S. We place a high value on giving back to local communities, far and wide. If your area non-profit is looking for support, click here.

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We’re Maggie and Ryan, the Chief Mason Jar Geeks, founders, and owners of Mason Jar Lifestyle. We’re here to help eco-fabulous people (like you!) find the most innovative, charming, and useful Mason jar accessories anywhere (in one convenient location – lucky you!) so that you can “Live the Lifestyle” too!

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