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Earth Heart Founder Profiled in Winter Collection of Inspiring Stories on Top Women Pet Professionals

Vicki Rae Thorne, founder of Earth Heart Inc., profiled in winter collection of inspiring stories about women working in the booming $56 billion dollar pet industry.

Dec 9 2013, 3:48am CST | by PR.com

Dundee, IL, December 09, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Vicki Rae Thorne, founder of Earth Heart Inc., can be seen in the recently-released "Top Women in the Pet Industry Winter Winners' Biz Book." It's a 155-page digital magazine and guide to American and Canadian services, events, products, gifts and facilities for pets, pet lovers and pet owners.

To view the "Winter Winners' Biz Book," or download it for free at the WIPIN website, womeninthepetindustry.com.

These women serve the pet parents who spent more than $56 billion dollars on their pets last year, according to the American Pet Products Association's National Pet Owners Survey. Businesses represented throughout the Women in the Pet Industry Network's (WIPIN) "Winter Winners' Biz Book" are women-owned and operated. They range from pet food manufacturers and pet fashion designers to groomers and pet-sitters.

Thorne is a certified aromatherapist and herbalist who creates affordable, safe and effective natural aromatherapy remedies to help dogs live happier, healthier lives. Details about her business can be found on pages 40 and 41 of the Biz Book.

The 65 women who are profiled talk candidly about their businesses, their careers and their pets: Many share heartwarming "the pet made me do it" tales. About this bi-annual publication WIPIN President Shawna Schuh says, "This issue includes the winners and finalists of WIPIN's Woman of the Year Awards. In addition to serving as a valuable directory for pet parents, WIPIN's "Winter Winners' Biz Book" allows us to showcase the talents of our members, further positioning us as one of the industry's leading professional organizations." Thorne is one of those finalists, selected in the Solopreneur category.

For details on the offerings of Earth Heart, visit earthheartinc.com and contact Thorne directly at vicki@earthheartinc.com or 847-551-1806.

For general questions about Biz Book content, contact Schuh at 503-970-5774. Visit the WIPIN website at womeninthepetindustry.com.

Contact Information:
Earth Heart Inc.
Vicki Rae Thorne
847-551-1806
Contact via Email
earthheartinc.com
Fax: 847-637-0460

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