We're No Stinkin' Outlaws — about Outlaw Soaps

| Danielle Vincent

This weekend only: Sign up for an Outlaw Gold account and earn yourself a free "Wake Up, Kick Ass, Repeat" mug!

(some terms and conditions apply) In the lower right corner of our website (that's http://LiveOutlaw.com for all y'all who don't know), you may have noticed a little brown tab that says "Outlaw Gold" on it (if you squint - I may have made the font too small). If you click...

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| Danielle Vincent

Challenging times.

I often use the phrase "challenging times" when I mean "hard times." For example:Friend: How are you holding up? How's business?Me: These are challenging times. And, in times like these, -- particularly challenging times -- I reflect on the accidental accuracy of that phrase. I mean that things are hard....

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| Danielle Vincent

A Lot of New Outlaws in the Gang

Today at our staff meeting, I looked around and marveled at how much we've grown, even in this weird and unstable time. Nevada has been very hard hit by the virus -- the casinos were earliest to close, which meant 200,000 people lost their jobs at one time, and the...

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| Danielle Vincent

It Isn't Business As Usual

The other day, in a small business owners' group I'm part of, someone asked what they can post without sounding insensitive or tone-deaf. I responded that we have to be human beings during this time. We are all experiencing the same concerns, hardships, and changes in our ways of life....

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| Danielle Vincent

Shit, meet fan.

This morning, we received an email from one of our suppliers informing us that they're shutting down until April 1 at the earliest. Thankfully, it's not a major supplier and we do have a backup plan, but this prompted me to write our actual major supplier to place a just-in-case...

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| Danielle Vincent

We want to hear from YOU! (and give you a t-shirt)

As part of our lifetime commitment to having and appreciating the MOST AWESOME CUSTOMERS EVER, we want to feature you in this here journal (which is also often included in our social medias and newsletter, just so you know where this could go). Can you tell us a little about...

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| Danielle Vincent

A new dawn of the Outlaw Journal

For those of you who have been with us over the past year, you have gotten to know us better as people and as a company, mostly thanks to this here blog. If you're not sure who the Voice of Outlaw has been, in general, it's me, Danielle, the co-founder...

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| Danielle Vincent

How small is "small"?

"I know you guys are a big company, but the handwritten note really was nice." - Instagram Message "Can I speak to the person in charge of your marketing?" - Common Email Intro Even though we've been around since 2013, we're still a really tiny little company. We've got 16...

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| Danielle Vincent

Russ & Danielle Vincent: The Starting Outlaws

Russ and I have been doing this Outlaw business since 2013. But how did it all begin? What was the idea behind Outlaw? First: Let me answer your question right out of the gate... Russ named Outlaw. Why? Well, we knew we wanted to create something different that didn't play...

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| Danielle Vincent

What would you like to say to our team?

As you may know by now, we are relocating Outlaw from the mountain town of Grass Valley, California to the valley town of Sparks, Nevada. Our new workshop is ABSOLUTELY AMAZING and has many open walls that we are looking forward to decorating. This may seem like a hokey idea,...

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| Danielle Vincent

The hiccup in our giddy-up!

I was kicking so much butt at doing 90 blog posts in 90 days, but then I got to Denver, got a flu, got done with the trade show, got home, and got busy... with other stuff. It's no secret that small business is a big job -- we're in...

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| Danielle Vincent

The Man Behind the Scenes: Russ Vincent, COO

I talk a big game over here in the blog, but you know who makes this whole machine go? It's my husband and business partner (and best friend), Russell Vincent. In 2018, we sold 11,600ish bars of handmade soap. In 2019, we sold more than 43,000 bars, most of which...

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