Kringle Candle Company
October 25, 2010 by staff
Kringle Candle Company, Michael “Mick” Kittredge III launched a new candle factory and store, Kringle Candle Co., on Saturday with a ribbon cutting that featured remarks by Congressman John Olver, W., according to The Republican.
What makes it different from all the beginnings of small businesses? First, his age – only 20. And secondly, his legacy: Kittredge is the son of Michael Kittredge, founder of Yankee Candle.
Mick was eight years old when his father sold the company. “I was a little disappointed, not gonna lie. I wanted one day might have to run the place, “Kittredge said the young local CBS station. So when a college project required him to find a product market and create a business plan, candles were the obvious choice. He started making candles in his basement and selling them to local businesses.
And yes, he did get help from dad. Said Michael, “Suddenly I was back in is fabulous and I’m enjoying it. It’s great to have a place to use all my creativity and I had lots of ideas that were just sort of set up in my head and no place to use them. ”
Despite being close neighbors, no one is likely to confuse the product with Yankee: 36-flavor line contains only Kringle white candles, no matter the flavor, they will throw more light, while offering a contemporary look that goes with any decor. Besides the usual pots, pillars, votives and tealights, the company provides inputs and scented candles in the kitchen fire Ramekin, which are available in seven sizes blown style bowls.
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