June 26th, 2015
Rose Chellevold, Owner of Baby Mama Essentials LLC, has been selected as a VIP Member of the Covington Who’s Who Executive and Professional Registry. The selection recognizes Rose Chellevold’s commitment to excellence in Retail and Online Shopping.
Stay-at-home-mom and Owner of Baby Mama Essentials Rose Chellevold formerly worked in healthcare, spending five years with Alzheimer’s patients and another 15 years assisting physicians in primary care learning the many different aspects of medicine. She also maintained a small business, called Good Samaritan, providing home care to the elderly and recovery patients within their homes.
Now at home raising her 7-year-old and 3-year-old twins since birth, Mrs. Chellevold formed Baby Mama Essentials, LLC, focusing on families, expecting mothers, infants, and toddlers. The goal was to find essential, practical, and quality items that she could offer to the public at a reduced price. The company is dedicated to giving back with hopes of making children’s lives safer and healthier will all pre-taxed purchases made. They contribute 2% of all their customers’ pretax purchases from their profits to help fight child poverty, Cystic Fibrosis, Alzheimer’s Disease, cancer, and melanoma, conduct SIDS research, and promote food allergy awareness.
Selling everything from accessories and apparel for both mommy and child to bedding, health and beauty, electronics, and bulk buys for organizations, such as bulk clothing for shelters or families in need. Baby Mama Essentials, LLC helps not only the “mamas”, but society-at-large.
“It’s a win-win for all. It doesn’t cost the consumer more, yet I am still able to contribute to multiple causes. We do it every minute of the day, every week, every month, year round,” Mrs. Chellevold said.
Mrs. Chellevold is dedicated to raising money and helping implement more resources to better our generations’ lives, help raise awareness, and build programs for self-esteem issues and drug addiction with the hopes of making a difference in the bullying, suicidal, and depression rates. So when you need essential items, customers can make a difference by shopping with Baby Mama Essentials.
For more information, visit www.babymamaessentials.com.