Well, using random.org, I choose the winners for both the Norwex Giveaway, as well as the Le Creuset givaway, and although I have already emailed both, I wanted to let you all know who they were and give you some more information on how to buy Norwex products or how to host a Norwex Party with Katie. But don’t worry! I have more giveaways planned, especially for those of you who pre-ordered my new cookbook!
First, congrats to Aislinn Seale who won the Le Creuset stockpot. Special thanks to you, Aislinn for buying my new cookbook! I appreciate your kind support.
And congrats also to Sarah Dozier who won the Norwex giveaway!
I hope you both enjoy your prizes!
Meanwhile, I asked Katie to answer cost concerns in regard to the Norwex products. Here is what she had to say, ” I had the same thoughts [about the products being expensive] about Norwex before I owned them. I think of it this way, on Amazon the price of disinfecting wipes varies but one of the leading brands cost $4.63 for an 80 ct package. If you wanted to be more health conscience, you might go for seventh generation at the price of $4.79 for a 70ct package. That would be only 70 or 80 uses. A bottle of Windex on Amazon cost $5.50 for 32oz and Basic paper towels cost $9.40 for an 8 count. My point is all these items can really add up, and they get thrown away. With Norwex the cost of a basic package is a little over $30 and the clothes have a two year warranty. The clothes themselves last much longer than two years and are being tested for effectiveness past ten years. What a bargain when you look at it that way. Then you add the benefit of cleaning without chemicals. Even some of the natural brands are not 100% chemical free, and you are leaving that residue on your surfaces. Norwex clothes use no chemicals and are just as effective at removing germs. For those who still take issue with the cost, I will happily work with anyone, in any location to host a party and get them some free products! It’s well worth it, and, of course, signing up as a consultant has its perks too. I can help with that as well.”
If you’d like to buy your own Norwex products, please go to Katie’s website here. As I mentioned before, I love mine! If you’d like to talk to Katie about hosting a party, please email at her new email address, kpretot(AT)gmail (dot)com
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