Update From The Soapman

Vermont Soap Founder and CEO Larry Plesent fills us in on what’s been happening for the past month as he works to rebuild our factory.

14 Responses to “Update From The Soapman”

  1. Janice and Ken Yelland

    WOW!!!! So good to see you on the upswing!!!! Hugs to you and Sandy!!!!

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  2. D3

    From the ashes you rise….you obviously are going to continue growing and we are amazed at the speed you have got your recovery plan together…..kudos to all involved.

    Trebles all round…..
    D3

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  3. Bern

    Great news. So glad you have had such good local support as well as customers. Of course, your own business ethics and quality of product set the standard! Cheers!

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  4. Maggie, Soap Bartender @ A Wild Soap Bar

    Really happy to see you’re almost back in action. Sure it was a LOT of work. Kudos!

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  5. Cheldena

    Wishing you much continued success growing from this experience! All the best to you and your team!

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  6. Sandy

    Glad to hear all is going well. Will be ready to know when I can place an order. Thanks for the update.

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  7. Ron Bearman

    It’s been 15 years since we met you in NYC and then came to your plant in Vermont. Your products and service are super. We look forward to bigger and better things from Vermont Soap, and hope to vist your new plant in the not too distant future. Our best wishes to you and your associates.

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  8. Nancy Rae Mallery

    Oh Larry, My heart has been with you since i heard it briefly on the news the night of the fire. This video is great. When you said, “I can’t wait to be making soap again,” you brought tears to my eyes. Wishing you all the best and it sure sounds like the new place was the ‘gift’ amidst the charred misfortune that you have endured and risen above!

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  9. Sue Kowalski

    Best of luck on the rebuilding. I can’t wait until you are back up and I can order.

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  10. Pam

    Good luck, and best wishes with the hard work you and your employees are doing. Happy to hear that everything is moving along well. Can’t wait to visit your storefront again and say it in person!

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  11. betty elizabeth white

    Way to go, “bigger and stronger than ever” ! Love your great products!

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  12. Nick Martello

    Congratulations!!! It is never easy, but most definitely worth the work!! Great job and we look forward to working together again very soon. Many Kudos!!

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  13. Reverend Robert Clark

    Hey Larry!
    My condolences on your temporary set back. It’s great that you’re making it a stepping stone rather than a stumbling block. You certainly have come amazingly far from your humble beginnings making lavendar soap in your kitchen! Best o’ Luck, bro.

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