case 6.2 - Nusrat Umi BPA 111 CASE 6.2 Lee Rhodes who is a...

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Nusrat Umi BPA 111 February 26, 2019 CASE 6.2 Lee Rhodes, who is a cancer patient was unexpectedly inspired by the reflective light of a simple candle inside of a glass-blown holder and she decided to build a business with it. In this day and age Glassybaby produces hand-blown votive candles which requires over 70 glassblowers, three layers of glass, and it takes 24-hours to make it. It comes in various colors with quotes in this, starting with fearless, or begin again, usually are sold for $44 for each. The integral to Glassybaby in seattle glass-blowing are open to the public to buy, they have made a commitment to donate 10% of their sales to help cancer patients to cover for uninsured expenses. Lee Rhodes has given more than $4 million to her Glassybaby white light fund which is a nonprofit organization based in Seattle that helps people with healing and hope. Rhodes is a survivor from cancer and she keeps her business simple. She sticks to one things that her company and her are best at.
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