American Clothes, American Jobs

"Feminization of poverty" is the term used to describe the fact that 2/3 of the people living below the poverty line in the United States are women with dependent children. Daycare can cost more than a minimum-wage salary, and once a woman is out of the workforce for six months or more, it's even harder to break back in. So what's the solution? If you're Cara Aley and her brothers Tom and Darr, the solution is American MoJo, a "social venture in a for-profit vehicle." Let's break it down: MoJo provides free daycare and offers full benefits, pays above minimum wage, and empowers women to return to the workforce and support their families in sustainable ways. Better still, they then provide American-made goods to the public, which you can buy knowing that you're helping to break the cycle of poverty right here in the United States. MoJo began in March of 2010 in Lowell, Mass., bringing industry to a largely abandoned mill area, and expansion to Chicago and Oakland, Calif., is already underway. Today you can choose from Italian wool coin purses, cozy stadium scarves with hand pockets, and Polartec vests and jackets. Every purchase potentially means more expansion, and more families back on their feet.

American MoJo

Socially Responsible Apparel

American Clothes, American Jobs

"Feminization of poverty" is the term used to describe the fact that 2/3 of the people living below the poverty line in the United States are women with dependent children. Daycare can cost more than a minimum-wage salary, and once a woman is out of the workforce for six months or more, it's even harder to break back in. So what's the solution? If you're Cara Aley and her brothers Tom and Darr, the solution is American MoJo, a "social venture in a for-profit vehicle." Let's break it down: MoJo provides free daycare and offers full benefits, pays above minimum wage, and empowers women to return to the workforce and support their families in sustainable ways. Better still, they then provide American-made goods to the public, which you can buy knowing that you're helping to break the cycle of poverty right here in the United States. MoJo began in March of 2010 in Lowell, Mass., bringing industry to a largely abandoned mill area, and expansion to Chicago and Oakland, Calif., is already underway. Today you can choose from Italian wool coin purses, cozy stadium scarves with hand pockets, and Polartec vests and jackets. Every purchase potentially means more expansion, and more families back on their feet.
Made in the USA
Social Enterprises

Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Cara
    Cara

    Hi, all! This is Cara Aley, President and COO of American MoJo. We are so thrilled to be featured on Daily Grommet today. My brothers and I started this company to help single moms get their lives and livelihoods back (we were raised by one so we know how hard it is!)- your purchase of an American MoJo product helps to provide free childcare, healthcare, soft skills training, and essentially a living wage for these parents who so desperately need it! Lets help America get its MoJo back together, folks! Feel free to ask me anything about our business model and how it all works- I am an open bookJ

  • Kathy Cormier
    Kathy Cormier
    10/19/2011 12:31 PM

    Cara, I applaud your efforts! I work for Couture Planet (we were a "grommet" a little less than a year ago) and I think we have similar philosophies and missions. I would love to chat with you via email or in person. Could our friends at the Daily Grommet make an introduction? Hooray for you and the women with whom you work!

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    10/19/2011 12:41 PM

    @Kathy Cormier: Hi Kathy, I will make that connection!

  • Cara
    Cara – Special Guest
    10/19/2011 1:42 PM

    @Kathy Cormier: Kathy yes I am familiar with Couture Planet and very much look forward to connecting as we do share a similar vision! You can email me directly at [email protected] Hope to hear from you soon.

  • Daura
    Daura
    10/19/2011 12:44 PM

    I congratulate you on such a wonderful mission and helping others to grow and become skilled and independent in the process. I live in a town where manufacturing seems to be a bad word and would love to talk about bringing more forward here for young women who are parents and are in need of work, social skills and assist in the growth of income. I would truly welcome advice.

  • Cara
    Cara – Special Guest
    10/19/2011 2:11 PM

    @Daura: Hi, Daura- thanks for reaching out and for supporting what we do. I would love to brainstorm further with you ideas for your own community. Why don't you reach out to me at [email protected] and let me know where you are from, why you think mfg seems to have a negative connotation there, and we'll get started...I look forward to it!

  • Judy Josepher
    Judy Josepher
    10/19/2011 12:45 PM

    My maiden name is Judy Klinger and wondering where you and your family are from-------

    Thanks Much---

    Judy

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    10/19/2011 12:54 PM

    @Judy Josepher: Well if we aren't related we can be kindred spirits instead! It's my husband's family who hails from the Detroit area and Germany before that.

  • Cara
    Cara – Special Guest
    10/19/2011 1:44 PM

    @Judy Josepher: Hi there, Judy- my brothers and I were born in the Boston area, and were raised between MA and NH. New Englanders at heart! :)

  • Michelle Thelen
    Michelle Thelen
    10/19/2011 12:46 PM

    WOW, I love your company. I started I Choose American in hopes of growing the made in the USA label. I love that you are helping women and children in the Untied States of America. While I believe in fare-trade orginazations we need the help in our own country in times like these. Thank you! I was a mother at 17 and again at 37. Keep investing in our people and country, it matters!

    Best,

    Michelle Thelen

  • Cara
    Cara – Special Guest
    10/19/2011 1:56 PM

    @Michelle Thelen: Thank you so much for your support, Michelle- I couldn't agree with you more that now more than ever, we need to be investing as much as possible in job creation here in America. We have so much talent here in this country and so many people deserving and capable of employment.

  • Kate
    Kate
    10/19/2011 12:59 PM

    What a wonderful mission you are on, I wish you nothing but success. Are all of your materials American made as well?

  • Cara
    Cara – Special Guest
    10/19/2011 1:50 PM

    @Kate: Hi, Kate- thanks so much for your support! Many of our products are made from American-made materials (our fleece products are 100% Polartec fleece, mostly sourced right out of our neighboring Lawrence, MA; and our upcoming t-shirt line's fabrics will be sourced 100% in America), but we also source from Italy, India, and China at times for some harder-to-find fabrics. We remain committed, however, to continuing to try to source as many of our materials from the US as possible.

  • Shelly Black
    Shelly Black
    10/19/2011 1:16 PM

    Hello! A local store near us sells ONLY products made in the USA. A possible match for you guys? It is called: All American Store. Our local one is in Brookville OH. There is a second store in Huber Heights OH. Good luck!

  • Cara
    Cara – Special Guest
    10/19/2011 1:58 PM

    @Shelly Black: Hi there, Shelly- thanks for letting me know about these stores! I am always looking for avenues to share American MoJo's products and to provide another American-made option for buyers. I will look into these opportunities:)

  • Susan Desmet
    Susan Desmet
    10/19/2011 1:38 PM

    My comment is to Cara Aley of American MoJo...I recently rad an article about your company and your brothers in my UNH Alumni Magazine. I too am a graduate of UNH. I have worked most of my life as a Social Worker for the State of New Hampshire. Upon my retirement , I am helping Lazarus House in Lawrence, Mass.

    When I read your wonderful story, I could not stop thinking about how Lazarus House guests could benefit from your program. I did write a letter to an address I read on the American MoJo website with a request to speak with soemone from your wonderful company.

    I truly believe that your company may be a grat benefit to the floks at Lazarus House. I woud love the opportunity to talk with someone from your company. Thank you.

  • Cara
    Cara – Special Guest
    10/19/2011 2:01 PM

    @Susan Desmet: Hi, Susan- thanks so much for reaching out to us in Lowell and now again on Daily Grommet. I would love to learn more about Lazarus House from you, and to see if there are ways we might be able to collaborate within our community. Please feel free to contact me directly at [email protected] I look forward to starting a dialogue and respect very much the work you are doing!

  • Susan Desmet
    Susan Desmet
    10/20/2011 7:12 AM

    @Cara Aley: Thank you Cara for your reply. I look forward to having a dialogue with you.

  • Deena Nelson
    Deena Nelson
    10/19/2011 2:18 PM

    Hi Cara and Katherine,

    Cara, Wow, what a awesome idea. I was a single mom also and I am now a proud grandma still struggling to make ends meet. I wish there was something like this around 20 years ago. Cara have you thought about a website and/or selling on Ebay? Maybe even getting on QVC and ShopNBC?

    And Katherine, I love The Daily Grommet, You all do a wonderful thing here, keep up the great work please!

    Thank you, Deena

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    10/19/2011 2:51 PM

    @Deena Nelson: Thanks for the kind words. Hearing from you makes all of the hard work worth it!

  • Pat Essex
    Pat Essex
    10/19/2011 3:05 PM

    Hi Cara, My heart is warmed by so many reaching out to help those who cannot do it all on their own. I too was a single mother and not by choice. My husband died suddenly in an accident and left me to raise 4 little ones on my own. I too know how difficult it is and how you are treated by the general public with no help for babysitting either. I am very interested in starting something here in my home town for single mothers as it is badly needed. I have a friend in TN who might also be interested in doing something like what you have there that we could collaborate on. Our small town had manufacturing dump us as HD Lee Co. used to employ most of our town and it moved it's operations overseas leaving many women without work. Too many young girls become single mothers with no help and I'd like to do something to help them. I look forward to hearing from you.

  • Cara
    Cara – Special Guest
    10/20/2011 11:14 AM

    @Pat Essex: Hi, Pat- my heart goes out to your for your loss. You must be incredibly strong to have endured the things you have faced! Please email me at [email protected] and let me know where you are based. I'd love to see if there is some way I can help.

    All my best,

    Cara

  • Michelle Thelen
    Michelle Thelen
    10/20/2011 9:26 AM

    Hi Cara-

    This is my second comment but I would like to feature you on our facebook page tomorrow. I really want people that support American made products to know about your products and your story. I would also love to help you in any capacity that I can as I am just outside of Detroit. I will also try to connect with you on Linkden.

    Best,

    Michelle Thelen

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    10/20/2011 11:08 AM

    @Michelle Thelen @Pat Essex: Your support of American MoJo's mission is wonderful. Thank you! I have forwarded your comments on to Cara.

  • Cara
    Cara – Special Guest
    10/20/2011 11:12 AM

    @Michelle Thelen: Michelle- thanks so much for your offer to promote us on your facebook page! It's people like you who are gracious enough to spread the word that will help to grow and hire many more people.

    All my best, and thank you again:)

    Cara

  • Donna Wiberg
    Donna Wiberg
    10/20/2011 2:39 PM

    Congratulations Cara to you and your brothers. I think that what you are doing is wonderful. God Bless.

  • Terry Reed
    Terry Reed
    10/26/2011 6:58 AM

    I live in a small town in Alaska and have longed to bring in a form of "clean industry" to help hire single moms (like myself). I remember how terribly hard it was, and even now, with my son in college, it's not over! I have an idea, that would work and would even be welcomed, I'm sure, since it involves recycling plus would bring in some items we sorely lack: clothing! The closest town is 150 mile round-trip for decently priced socks, undies, pj's, hoodies/tee's. We want to make our own jeans - out of recycled ones, but with a definite twist and distinctive flair - VERY Alaskan. I'm no business woman anymore, having been out of the circle for over 15 years, but I DO remember a bit of it and believe, with funding, this could easily be BIG .. big enough anyway, to help our few moms and maybe even some in other communities. What is your business model? How did you get started? What to do with NO credit?

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    10/26/2011 10:24 AM

    @Terry Reed: I can feel your excitement and energy and know that you can make this work. I have forwarded your question on to Cara to stop back with her insight. If you have any business leaders or retired business leaders locally I would seek their advice. They can be a treasure trove of support and information. If you have a SBA office 'near' you, that would be another place where you could turn to for information. Best of luck to you. We are wishing you nothing but success.

  • Aggie Cohen
    Aggie Cohen
    11/14/2011 4:20 PM

    Thanks so much. I love my new jacket and scarf. The jacket could not be cozier or more comfortable, and the scarf is just perfect for snuggling into on nippy mornings.

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    11/14/2011 4:25 PM

    @Aggie Cohen: We're so glad you are pleased with your jacket and scarf. Thank you so much for supporting this great company and for stopping back to share.

  • Michelle Thelen
    Michelle Thelen
    12/4/2011 11:55 AM

    Hi Katherine,

    I would love it if you can tell me the best way to connect with Cara? I completely support this concept and business model. I have a handbag company that is made in the USA but I would like to talk with her about manufacturing our handbags (lucygrey.com). Could you pass on my email address to her???

    Best,

    Michelle

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    12/5/2011 1:49 PM

    @Michelle Thelen: Will do! And if you haven't already submitted your product as a Grommet, you should do so. Just click on the "Suggest A Grommet" link above. Best to you as you continue to grow your business.

  • Gabi Perez
    Gabi Perez
    1/26/2012 3:46 PM

    I love your mission and the work you do!!! I will definitely be supporting your company and I hope you can continue to do this amazing work for a long time to come!!!

  • Tori
    Tori – Grommet Team
    1/26/2012 3:58 PM

    @Gabi Perez: We know Cara and the entire American MoJo team truly appreciate your support. Thank you for helping amplify their great work.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

American MoJo

Socially Responsible Apparel

American Clothes, American Jobs

"Feminization of poverty" is the term used to describe the fact that 2/3 of the people living below the poverty line in the United States are women with dependent children. Daycare can cost more than a minimum-wage salary, and once a woman is out of the workforce for six months or more, it's even harder to break back in. So what's the solution?

If you're Cara Aley and her brothers Tom and Darr, the solution is American MoJo, a "social venture in a for-profit vehicle." Let's break it down: MoJo provides free daycare and offers full benefits, pays above minimum wage, and empowers women to return to the workforce and support their families in sustainable ways. Better still, they then provide American-made goods to the public, which you can buy knowing that you're helping to break the cycle of poverty right here in the United States.

MoJo began in March of 2010 in Lowell, Mass., bringing industry to a largely abandoned mill area, and expansion to Chicago and Oakland, Calif., is already underway. Today you can choose from Italian wool coin purses, cozy stadium scarves with hand pockets, and Polartec vests and jackets. Every purchase potentially means more expansion, and more families back on their feet.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Cara
    Cara

    Hi, all! This is Cara Aley, President and COO of American MoJo. We are so thrilled to be featured on Daily Grommet today. My brothers and I started this company to help single moms get their lives and livelihoods back (we were raised by one so we know how hard it is!)- your purchase of an American MoJo product helps to provide free childcare, healthcare, soft skills training, and essentially a living wage for these parents who so desperately need it! Lets help America get its MoJo back together, folks! Feel free to ask me anything about our business model and how it all works- I am an open bookJ

  • Kathy Cormier
    Kathy Cormier
    10/19/2011 12:31 PM

    Cara, I applaud your efforts! I work for Couture Planet (we were a "grommet" a little less than a year ago) and I think we have similar philosophies and missions. I would love to chat with you via email or in person. Could our friends at the Daily Grommet make an introduction? Hooray for you and the women with whom you work!

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    10/19/2011 12:41 PM

    @Kathy Cormier: Hi Kathy, I will make that connection!

  • Cara
    Cara – Special Guest
    10/19/2011 1:42 PM

    @Kathy Cormier: Kathy yes I am familiar with Couture Planet and very much look forward to connecting as we do share a similar vision! You can email me directly at [email protected] Hope to hear from you soon.

  • Daura
    Daura
    10/19/2011 12:44 PM

    I congratulate you on such a wonderful mission and helping others to grow and become skilled and independent in the process. I live in a town where manufacturing seems to be a bad word and would love to talk about bringing more forward here for young women who are parents and are in need of work, social skills and assist in the growth of income. I would truly welcome advice.

  • Cara
    Cara – Special Guest
    10/19/2011 2:11 PM

    @Daura: Hi, Daura- thanks for reaching out and for supporting what we do. I would love to brainstorm further with you ideas for your own community. Why don't you reach out to me at [email protected] and let me know where you are from, why you think mfg seems to have a negative connotation there, and we'll get started...I look forward to it!

  • Judy Josepher
    Judy Josepher
    10/19/2011 12:45 PM

    My maiden name is Judy Klinger and wondering where you and your family are from-------

    Thanks Much---

    Judy

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    10/19/2011 12:54 PM

    @Judy Josepher: Well if we aren't related we can be kindred spirits instead! It's my husband's family who hails from the Detroit area and Germany before that.

  • Cara
    Cara – Special Guest
    10/19/2011 1:44 PM

    @Judy Josepher: Hi there, Judy- my brothers and I were born in the Boston area, and were raised between MA and NH. New Englanders at heart! :)

  • Michelle Thelen
    Michelle Thelen
    10/19/2011 12:46 PM

    WOW, I love your company. I started I Choose American in hopes of growing the made in the USA label. I love that you are helping women and children in the Untied States of America. While I believe in fare-trade orginazations we need the help in our own country in times like these. Thank you! I was a mother at 17 and again at 37. Keep investing in our people and country, it matters!

    Best,

    Michelle Thelen

  • Cara
    Cara – Special Guest
    10/19/2011 1:56 PM

    @Michelle Thelen: Thank you so much for your support, Michelle- I couldn't agree with you more that now more than ever, we need to be investing as much as possible in job creation here in America. We have so much talent here in this country and so many people deserving and capable of employment.

  • Kate
    Kate
    10/19/2011 12:59 PM

    What a wonderful mission you are on, I wish you nothing but success. Are all of your materials American made as well?

  • Cara
    Cara – Special Guest
    10/19/2011 1:50 PM

    @Kate: Hi, Kate- thanks so much for your support! Many of our products are made from American-made materials (our fleece products are 100% Polartec fleece, mostly sourced right out of our neighboring Lawrence, MA; and our upcoming t-shirt line's fabrics will be sourced 100% in America), but we also source from Italy, India, and China at times for some harder-to-find fabrics. We remain committed, however, to continuing to try to source as many of our materials from the US as possible.

  • Shelly Black
    Shelly Black
    10/19/2011 1:16 PM

    Hello! A local store near us sells ONLY products made in the USA. A possible match for you guys? It is called: All American Store. Our local one is in Brookville OH. There is a second store in Huber Heights OH. Good luck!

  • Cara
    Cara – Special Guest
    10/19/2011 1:58 PM

    @Shelly Black: Hi there, Shelly- thanks for letting me know about these stores! I am always looking for avenues to share American MoJo's products and to provide another American-made option for buyers. I will look into these opportunities:)

  • Susan Desmet
    Susan Desmet
    10/19/2011 1:38 PM

    My comment is to Cara Aley of American MoJo...I recently rad an article about your company and your brothers in my UNH Alumni Magazine. I too am a graduate of UNH. I have worked most of my life as a Social Worker for the State of New Hampshire. Upon my retirement , I am helping Lazarus House in Lawrence, Mass.

    When I read your wonderful story, I could not stop thinking about how Lazarus House guests could benefit from your program. I did write a letter to an address I read on the American MoJo website with a request to speak with soemone from your wonderful company.

    I truly believe that your company may be a grat benefit to the floks at Lazarus House. I woud love the opportunity to talk with someone from your company. Thank you.

  • Cara
    Cara – Special Guest
    10/19/2011 2:01 PM

    @Susan Desmet: Hi, Susan- thanks so much for reaching out to us in Lowell and now again on Daily Grommet. I would love to learn more about Lazarus House from you, and to see if there are ways we might be able to collaborate within our community. Please feel free to contact me directly at [email protected] I look forward to starting a dialogue and respect very much the work you are doing!

  • Susan Desmet
    Susan Desmet
    10/20/2011 7:12 AM

    @Cara Aley: Thank you Cara for your reply. I look forward to having a dialogue with you.

  • Deena Nelson
    Deena Nelson
    10/19/2011 2:18 PM

    Hi Cara and Katherine,

    Cara, Wow, what a awesome idea. I was a single mom also and I am now a proud grandma still struggling to make ends meet. I wish there was something like this around 20 years ago. Cara have you thought about a website and/or selling on Ebay? Maybe even getting on QVC and ShopNBC?

    And Katherine, I love The Daily Grommet, You all do a wonderful thing here, keep up the great work please!

    Thank you, Deena

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    10/19/2011 2:51 PM

    @Deena Nelson: Thanks for the kind words. Hearing from you makes all of the hard work worth it!

  • Pat Essex
    Pat Essex
    10/19/2011 3:05 PM

    Hi Cara, My heart is warmed by so many reaching out to help those who cannot do it all on their own. I too was a single mother and not by choice. My husband died suddenly in an accident and left me to raise 4 little ones on my own. I too know how difficult it is and how you are treated by the general public with no help for babysitting either. I am very interested in starting something here in my home town for single mothers as it is badly needed. I have a friend in TN who might also be interested in doing something like what you have there that we could collaborate on. Our small town had manufacturing dump us as HD Lee Co. used to employ most of our town and it moved it's operations overseas leaving many women without work. Too many young girls become single mothers with no help and I'd like to do something to help them. I look forward to hearing from you.

  • Cara
    Cara – Special Guest
    10/20/2011 11:14 AM

    @Pat Essex: Hi, Pat- my heart goes out to your for your loss. You must be incredibly strong to have endured the things you have faced! Please email me at [email protected] and let me know where you are based. I'd love to see if there is some way I can help.

    All my best,

    Cara

  • Michelle Thelen
    Michelle Thelen
    10/20/2011 9:26 AM

    Hi Cara-

    This is my second comment but I would like to feature you on our facebook page tomorrow. I really want people that support American made products to know about your products and your story. I would also love to help you in any capacity that I can as I am just outside of Detroit. I will also try to connect with you on Linkden.

    Best,

    Michelle Thelen

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    10/20/2011 11:08 AM

    @Michelle Thelen @Pat Essex: Your support of American MoJo's mission is wonderful. Thank you! I have forwarded your comments on to Cara.

  • Cara
    Cara – Special Guest
    10/20/2011 11:12 AM

    @Michelle Thelen: Michelle- thanks so much for your offer to promote us on your facebook page! It's people like you who are gracious enough to spread the word that will help to grow and hire many more people.

    All my best, and thank you again:)

    Cara

  • Donna Wiberg
    Donna Wiberg
    10/20/2011 2:39 PM

    Congratulations Cara to you and your brothers. I think that what you are doing is wonderful. God Bless.

  • Terry Reed
    Terry Reed
    10/26/2011 6:58 AM

    I live in a small town in Alaska and have longed to bring in a form of "clean industry" to help hire single moms (like myself). I remember how terribly hard it was, and even now, with my son in college, it's not over! I have an idea, that would work and would even be welcomed, I'm sure, since it involves recycling plus would bring in some items we sorely lack: clothing! The closest town is 150 mile round-trip for decently priced socks, undies, pj's, hoodies/tee's. We want to make our own jeans - out of recycled ones, but with a definite twist and distinctive flair - VERY Alaskan. I'm no business woman anymore, having been out of the circle for over 15 years, but I DO remember a bit of it and believe, with funding, this could easily be BIG .. big enough anyway, to help our few moms and maybe even some in other communities. What is your business model? How did you get started? What to do with NO credit?

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    10/26/2011 10:24 AM

    @Terry Reed: I can feel your excitement and energy and know that you can make this work. I have forwarded your question on to Cara to stop back with her insight. If you have any business leaders or retired business leaders locally I would seek their advice. They can be a treasure trove of support and information. If you have a SBA office 'near' you, that would be another place where you could turn to for information. Best of luck to you. We are wishing you nothing but success.

  • Aggie Cohen
    Aggie Cohen
    11/14/2011 4:20 PM

    Thanks so much. I love my new jacket and scarf. The jacket could not be cozier or more comfortable, and the scarf is just perfect for snuggling into on nippy mornings.

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    11/14/2011 4:25 PM

    @Aggie Cohen: We're so glad you are pleased with your jacket and scarf. Thank you so much for supporting this great company and for stopping back to share.

  • Michelle Thelen
    Michelle Thelen
    12/4/2011 11:55 AM

    Hi Katherine,

    I would love it if you can tell me the best way to connect with Cara? I completely support this concept and business model. I have a handbag company that is made in the USA but I would like to talk with her about manufacturing our handbags (lucygrey.com). Could you pass on my email address to her???

    Best,

    Michelle

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    12/5/2011 1:49 PM

    @Michelle Thelen: Will do! And if you haven't already submitted your product as a Grommet, you should do so. Just click on the "Suggest A Grommet" link above. Best to you as you continue to grow your business.

  • Gabi Perez
    Gabi Perez
    1/26/2012 3:46 PM

    I love your mission and the work you do!!! I will definitely be supporting your company and I hope you can continue to do this amazing work for a long time to come!!!

  • Tori
    Tori – Grommet Team
    1/26/2012 3:58 PM

    @Gabi Perez: We know Cara and the entire American MoJo team truly appreciate your support. Thank you for helping amplify their great work.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.