Create a Care Package for Your Missionary

Create a Care Package for Your Missionary
"Excellent service!"

"Thank you so much for the wonderful gifts we can send to our sons. We mothers need things like this...!"

"This is a great way to get some of my missionary's favorite things to him!"

"Very creative with the package themes."

These are comments from the satisfied customers of a new company which aims to lift missionaries while they are serving missions, teaching others about Christ.

Only in business for about four months, orders have significantly increased as customers have learned of their reliable service. The company is named "" and aims to do just that: serve those who are serving full-time missions as representatives of the Savior Jesus Christ.

It is a fascinating concept and I learned more from Jason Read, who is one of the two owners of the company. Jason said, "We really enjoy providing this service for missionaries and are very passionate and meticulous about our care packages."

I personally don't stand to make a penny by sharing anything about this company; I don't even have a child old enough yet to contemplate using their services for myself. But I am impressed with what they are doing.

Jorden Redford and Jason Read purchased the company from the prior owner and are remaking it into something uncommon amongst similar companies. Other online sites with similar purposes do not allow the shopper to customize the missionary care package. With you can. On top of that, their packages are always fresh because they ship goods the same day they are baked.

There are other services this company offers, also, which are all creatively thought of and carefully brought about. Their number is (866) 467-8669. It might be worth a call. Your missionary will be glad you did!

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