Botanical Scents of Nature business opportunity
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Botanical Scents of Nature
Owning his own business isn't a new experience for Scents of Nature licensee Paul Barton, who fondly remembers the more than two years in college he spent running a skim-board manufacturing company. "I always liked working for myself, but when the skim-board company fell through, I thought I needed to get into a more professional career," explains the 25-year-old surfer.
The Marriott Corp. sounded professional, so Barton worked as a supervisor for the hotel for a year-which was all it took for him to long for the freedom of entrepreneurship. "I realized how much I didn't like working for someone else," says Barton.
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