NBC’s WAVE3-TV News in Louisville Showcased Goat Milk Stuff and Jonas 10

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GoatMilkStuff.com markets natural soaps, lotions made by the Jonas family.

The Jonas family makes natural Goat Milk Stuff soaps, lotions and more on their Indiana farm.

If you can work with your family while you are helping other people with their skin conditions, that’s the best kind of work, says PJ Jonas, mom of 8 and founder of GoatMilkStuff.com.

Goat Milk Stuff natural soaps and lotions have “lathered up a life of happiness” for the Jonas 10 as they have built their farm-based business into a thriving success, reported NBC affiliate WAVE3-TV, Louisville’s first TV station.

Maira Ansari, WAVE 3 News reporter and weekend Anchor, reported it’s “a family affair,” noting that PJ and Jim Jonas and their 8 homeschooled children (ages 7 to 17) team up at GoatMilkStuff.com, to make goat milk soaps and lotions they market around the USA and world.

PJ, who founded Goat Milk Stuff after making natural soaps for her children, was voted the Leading Mom in Business in a national competition by StartupNation.com last year. This month she was awarded Southern Indiana’s Small Business Entrepreneur Award by the state’s Lieutenant Governor.

The report about Goat Milk Stuff ran on the WAVE 3 evening news, broadcast across Kentucky and Southern Indiana and also streamed online at http://www.WAVE3.com.

Goat Milk Stuff markets a variety of natural chemical-free soaps, lotions, bath products and more that are wonderful for skin care and used by consumers across the USA and around the world.

PJ explained that years ago while bathing her little children she noticed the baby wash ingredients and was appalled they contained chemical and petroleum based ingredients. She decided right then and there I was going to make my own soap with milk of the family goats. Today, Goat Milk Stuff markets a variety of all-natural Goat Milk Stuff soaps and lotions.

PJ, a former engineer, and Jim who taught science, homeschool their children. In addition to subjects including math, science, history, Bible, literature and more, they also involve them in the business to learn valuable lessons.

Jim added that the children contribute to the family success and are an “integral” part of Goat Milk Stuff, as each helps in an age-appropriate way from milking goats to assisting in the office or farm-based store.

PJ said, “Work is something you will have to do the rest of your life so you might as well find something you can enjoy. If you can work with your family while you are helping other people with their skin conditions, that’s the best kind of work.” Goat Milk Stuff products are widely regarded for helping with dry skin, eczema and sensitive skin conditions.

The Jonas family makes the natural, chemical-free soaps, lotions and other Goat Milk Stuff products on their 36-acre Indiana farm, where they also run a store and guest tours, and have plenty of room for the children to play and the goats to graze.

The Jonas family and Goat Milk Stuff maintain an active social media presence with a growing following at Facebook.com/GoatMilkStuff, at YouTube.com/GoatMilkStuff and at Twitter.com/GoatMilkStuff.

Online at http://www.GoatMilkStuff.com, the Scottsburg, Indiana company makes and markets all-natural Goat Milk Stuff™ products including goat milk soaps, lip balms, lotions, bath bombs, laundry soap, gift sets and more. For media or entertainment, contact Brian Dobson at DobsonPR.com or BD (at) DobsonPR.com.

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