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Q&A with Melody Blauser

08 May 2012 12:23 PM | Admin of RDIA (Administrator)
Fresh Fannies Diaper Service (Diaper Service)
RDIA Member Since 16 September 2011
Lexington, Kentuck

Q&A with Melody Blauser: Offering Lexington parents a Fresh Fanny

Fresh Fannies diaper service cloth diapers Lexington KentuckyLexington, KY – May 8, 2012 - When Lexington resident Melody Blauser and her husband, Leland, had their daughter last spring, the health of their newborn as well as the environment were first on their minds.
 
“We discovered cloth diapers, which have made all the difference in the world,” Melody Blauser said. “And we really wanted to give other Central Kentuckians that opportunity.”
 
And so the catchy Fresh Fannies was born. Fresh Fannies Diaper Service picks up dirty cloth diapers and drops off clean cloth diapers to your home, work or daycare, so your little one “always has a fresh fanny,” according to the website.
As Melody finishes her MBA at the University of Kentucky, grows her new business and retains a full-time job, she has certainly gained perspective and strengthened her support of local business.
 
I think it is important to keep things local to preserve the tradition of community,” she said. “It is a reflection of the ‘good ole’ days’ when transactions were about more than just material goods.”

If you want to know Melody's favorite bourbon and why it is important to buy local, read the whole Q&A at at Kentuck Forward.

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