Green Goddess Supply Introduces The Armoire Personal Grow System

WOONSOCKET, RI, JANUARY 29, 2020 – Green Goddess Supply, recently announced the public release of its new personal home grow system, “The Armoire.” The home grow market is estimated at $4 Billion and exploding. However, growing at home is rife with complexities – most people fail their first time, and even a successful grow can be very complicated, and buying from a dispensary can be very expensive.

With its furniture-inspired look, child proof lock, ergonomic design and “Simplified, Results-Driven Nurturing Protocol,” The Armoire is specifically designed to deliver impressive results every cycle, easily and with minimal maintenance. The Armoire requires only two minutes of care daily to garner an impressive yield of 3-5 oz of dried, hand-crafted flower in as little as 60 days. The system typically pays for itself in the very first grow.

SCORE Rhode Island and two of its Clients Receive the “Inno on Fire” Award

Providence, RI— Rhode Island Inno has named the SCORE Rhode Island chapter and two of its clients, Buppy Pets and The Spark Social, 2020 “Inno on Fire Award” award winners.

Inno on Fire honors innovators in Rhode Island’s thriving tech and startup communities that are driving the Ocean State forward. The awards will be presented on February 12 at District Hall Providence.

Rhode Island Inno congratulated SCORE Rhode Island for its latest platinum level rating by the SCORE national office, a rating SCORE Rhode Island has achieved for the fourth consecutive year. This rating is based on the number of clients served through one on-one mentoring and workshops and the quality of that service. The all-volunteer led SCORE Rhode Island works closely with the state’s small business and startup communities.

Bookkeeping Towne, LLC Celebrates One-Year Anniversary, Second Move

A host of community leaders, business professionals, dignitaries and an appearance from Lt. Gov. Daniel McKee highlight the festivities commemorating the first anniversary of Bookkeeping Towne, LLC in East Providence.

CEO and Founder, Dolly Towne, DCB, plans on celebrating her milestone with an Open House taking place at her new office on 1275 Wampanoag Trail (Rte. 114) on Tuesday, March 3, beginning at 6:00 PM. Towne, who recently moved her initial office from Sprout co-Working in Warren, said the change was necessary to build on her growing business and be more centrally located to her clients.

Dynamic Performance & Rehab Gets People Feeling Right about Themselves

Already deep into the first month of the New Year (and new decade), people vow to change their lifestyle. They want to eat healthier, exercise more, become better at work and/or become involved with numerous other possibilities. Some people will see or feel initial success and therefore, keep driving toward their goal. Others will stop because they fail to show results; thus believing they have not accomplished anything.

For anyone working toward improving their physical health, and that can be easily measured by the increased gym and physical fitness memberships that occurred over the holidays, there is that one other issue that they may not consider: injury prevention/management. Someone can think about becoming healthier, but it can be completely different from bouncing back from physical activity given a person’s age, size, experience, and other factors.

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