Good For You Girls
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Email: sales@goodforyougirls.com
Phone: (860)489-9912
Fax: (866)301-0952
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P.O. Box 635
New Hartford, CT 06057
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Good For You Girls
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Description of Products: The U.S. leader in head-to-toe natural skincare for the beauty beginner, Good For You Girls is the perfect combo of products girls need with the natural ingredients moms approve. We can help you build a relationship with her now for a healthy future.

Who's Who

Year Founded: 2007

Key Personnel:
Kim Grustas, Owner

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Friday, October 31, 2014
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