Bexley woman's home-based business tu...

Bexley woman's home-based business turns medical uniforms into ...

There are 7 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from Mar 18, 2010, titled Bexley woman's home-based business turns medical uniforms into .... In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

Esther Weisman sews her personal label onto a Sparkly Scrub at her home in Bexley.

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Stick with handbags

Columbus, OH

#2 Mar 18, 2010
Ostentatious operation.

If on a scrub, medical or lab coat, would consider the wearer not fit for further patronage.
hotindublin

Willowbrook, IL

#3 Mar 18, 2010
I would wear anything she made me...
Suzy S Miami Florida

Zanesville, OH

#4 Mar 18, 2010
Stick with handbags wrote:
Ostentatious operation.
If on a scrub, medical or lab coat, would consider the wearer not fit for further patronage.
You are truly a sick person to get on here and critisize someone that lost their job and went on to start something of their own. What are you doing besides putting other people down? You pathetic, jealous, loser, get a life!
Columbia South

Graytown, OH

#5 Mar 18, 2010
Esther if you're reading this...

I would strongly consider sourcing / outsourcing your production ASAP before someone in China copies this very business. In many cases, you have about 3 weeks before it happens. Chinese manufacturers troll American business news and design websites for product ideas and they copy EVERYTHING and flood the market at a fraction of the price.

Markets where I would aggressively sell this product: New Jersey / Philly / Long Island / Connecticut (Any place with lots of Italians). NASHVILLE. Los Angeles. Las Vegas. Flaaaaaahrida. Boston, Massachusetts is a huge medical / biotech / researcher / lab coat wearing market.

Good luck!
Love Our Sparkly Scrubs

Zanesville, OH

#6 Mar 19, 2010
We have been wearing Sparkly Scrubs for over a year now. We have different colors for different days. We are so happy that someone took the time to find a way to make our boring work wear more dazzeling! Every patient that comes in comments on how great we look and how we brightened their day. They know they are working with a proffesional team!
Way to go , and congrats on the story!
T Casillas Dallas Texas

Plano, TX

#7 Mar 21, 2010
Awesome article Esther. You should be proud of yourself! As to the person who will only identify themself as Stick with Handbags, well they are obviously someone who has never started something and seen it thru and it appears as if they have jealousy issues so I wouldn't give them a moment of your creative time! Best of Luck.
Marie Fura

Reynoldsburg, OH

#8 Oct 19, 2010
I LOVE my Sparkle shirt she made for me. I had the logo of my business put on it "iZigg" (which is a Mobile Media Marketing Company with the short code of 90210). When I wear it... it is like a walking business card. It ketches people's eyes and there has never been a moment that someone hasn't asked me "What is iZigg?" ~ Now can your shirt do that for you??????
If you have any questions please contact me. The shirts are very comfortable & affordable!.... http//www.izigg.com/marie

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