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Female Founders

Written by Akinda Johnson


Posted on March 08 2021

In celebration of International Women’s Day, we are highlighting some of the amazing female founders whose goods we carry at Court’s General Store. These women are paving the trail for female founders with their inspiring stories and passion for what they create. 

1. NaturalAnnie Essentials 

NaturalAnnie Essentials is a black owned and female operated candle company. The team hand pours their 100% eco-friendly soy candles in Bridgeport, CT. Their Be The Change candle gives back a percentage of each sale to a different black organization each month. 

Be The Change Candle


 2. Good & Well Supply Co. 

Megan McLaughlin started Good & Well Supply Co. after an inspiring year-long National Park tour. Today, Megan has taken her favorite scents from these National Parks and infused them into candles. With each purchase, the company donates a portion of their profits to the National Park Foundation and Washington’s National Parks Fund. 

 3. Dear Summit Co. 

Founded and designed by Deanna Jensen, Dear Summit Co. was started from Deanna’s love for the outdoors and adventurous spirit. Deanna designs her products to accompany any adventure, wherever the path takes you. Dear Summit Co. donates a portion of their proceeds to the National Parks Foundation with each purchase. 

 4. Iron Curtain Press

Iron Curtain Press is a Los Angeles based, female operated company that designs small batch office supplies. Each piece, from notebooks to planners, are handmade with careful attention to detail and creative expression. Everything is designed, printed, and assembled in the US. 

 5. Court’s General Store

Just over 6 months ago, Court opened Court’s General Store - a collection of her favorite adventure goods, home goods, and apparel. The idea to open a store was inspired by Court’s childhood trips up north with her family. It has been Court’s dream to create a store where you could find everything for your next adventure.  

The Shop Tee




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