Tami Rouse: Going Green to Clean


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A s the director of a local nonprofit company, full time accountant, PTO secretary at her daughter’s elementary school and die-hard MSU football fan, Tami Rouse still finds the time to represent beauty and household products that are all natural, organic, safe and chemical free… Can you say supermom? Rouse, a mother of three from Mason hasn’t found a Celadon Road product that she doesn’t love. What started out as an Internet search for all natural products has turned into her way of making a difference in the world. “The more I learned about Celadon Road and the company’s mission I couldn’t help but want to be a part of it,” she said. Not only are all of the products that Rouse represents healthy for families to use, but Celadon Road also donates 10 percent of her product sales to the charity of her choice and every party held donates a tree to Trees for the Future and a new pair of shoes to Soles4Souls in honor of the hostess. “If I can inspire someone to become just a little more green in one way or another or inspire them to share this company and products with me, now that is an amazing feeling,” says Rouse. If you are interested in contacting Rouse about the Celadon Road products she represents, visit her website at www.myceladonroad.com/trouse.

Tags: Celadon Road, cleaning, green, Local Women

Danielle OBrien

A senior at Michigan State University pursuing a career in communications and public relations, Danielle enjoys cooking, traveling and all Middle Eastern food.

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