Lady Antebellum’s lead singer Hillary Scott may be on the cover, but you’ll want to flip to page 136 of the December issue of REDBOOK to see The House of Bachelorette founder Stephanie Storm-Robertson and her beautiful baby Beck. Stephanie is featured in an article highlighting the upside of a down economy.
Stephanie has an inspiring story of how she turned a bad situation into something great– a thriving online business! Stephanie tells REDBOOK readers that she was laid off in 2009 after climbing her way up the corporate ladder. The layoff came as a shock, but it was actually just the kick in the pants she needed to do something she’s always dreamed of: become her own boss.
It’s hard to believe but 2011 is just the second full year of business for The House of Bachelorette. In that short time it’s become THE destination for bachelorette party supplies, bachelorette decor, and bachelorette gifts. We’ve been a part of thousands of bachelorette parties across the country and Stephanie couldn’t be more thrilled to be a part of one of the most exciting nights in a young woman’s life.
Thanks to REDBOOK for choosing to include Stephanie in their December issue and for the opportunity to share her inspiring story with their 2.2 million readers. Want to connect further with Stephanie about launching an online business? Check out her Facebook fan page!