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Dapper Snappers Is Closing It’s Doors (Final Blog)

Monday, May 1, 2017 @ 08:05 AM
posted by mrscaz

Once upon a time, there was a new mom that saw a need for her skinny little boy and decided to solve it. That need grew into a business and the product became Dapper Snappers. The year was 2007 and we had no idea that such a simple product would turn into an international must-have item for moms.

Recently, a new opportunity has presented itself and we believe is in the best interest of our family to take it. Unfortunately, doing so means we will not be able to continue making Dapper Snappers.

The purpose of this letter is to inform you, officially, of our decision to close the Dapper Snapper doors on 6/30/2017. We’ve tried very hard over the past couple years to find the right person(s) to purchase the product line and equipment, but alas no viable candidates were found.

We do have inventory on the shelves (and being sold online), and more material still being made into product, but the supply is limited.

We have enjoyed working with you and your team very much as both customers and fellow entrepreneurs.

We thank you for being our customers and supporters over the past 10 years. ♥


Michelle Cazella
Owner/ Inventor

If you would like to purchase Dapper Snappers we still have a limited inventory for online sales > click here!


Thank You 2014 Welcome 2015

Friday, December 26, 2014 @ 03:12 PM
posted by mrscaz

I sure hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas. We want to thank all the vendors and customers for your business in 2014. Today is the day after Christmas and there’s lots of trash to be taken out, cleaning to do around the house and if you have little ones with new toys there will need to be some order. Thank You

The 2015 New Year is just around the corner and some of you may have resolutions up your sleeve. Some of the most popular resolutions set by an individual can be financial investments, weight loss, braking habits, better mom/dad/husband/wife… etc.. Some may even liken the challenger approach. Meaning, it wasn’t an interest to resolve anything for the new year it was simply a challenge set before them that sparked an interesting range to see themselves obtain a new goal. These are New Years Resolutions that we call “unspoken”. What kind of resolutions do you have?