Chris King

Owner, Pampered Sisters Artisan Bath Products -Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor -Masters of Business Administration/Accounting -Over 15 years of experience consulting Small Business Owners in accounting, projections and strategic growth. -Over 25 years of experience in soapmaking and other bath products -Author of Disconnect to Reconnect: Relaxing and Recharging -Guest of Bubbles to Bucks by Elin Criswell

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Chris King wears many hats. She is known as a business advisor with SBDC, who has over 30 years’ experience in entrepreneurship, small business development, consulting, strategic planning, contract negotiations, and non-profit development. She received MBA from the University of Phoenix. Chris proposed and was awarded four airport concession contracts in the state of Texas. The results, of the above-mentioned awards, were owning and operating three restaurants and one national franchise from build out to start-up and opening. Prior to operating and owning airport food and bar concessions, Chris was the president of a prime concessionaire (1996 - 2006) that held the contract with the Houston Airport System. She oversaw 32 food and beverage concessions in four airport terminals. Chris is also certified in QuickBooks. She enjoys working with small business owners from startup to strategically growing their business to its fullest potential. Evenings and weekends, you will find Chris wearing the entrepreneur hat. She is known in the cosmetic and toiletries industry as Chris King, the owner of Pampered Sisters Artisan Bath Products. She has been open for business 10+ years and hasn’t looked back. Pampered Sisters is a home-based online business located in Tomball, Texas. Chris desires to create a pampered moment of joy and love with a beautiful handcrafted soap and bath products while also offering soft, gentle fragrances that are wonderful for your skin. Chris believes every woman should take a moment for oneself. Believe it or not, Chris says making soap and other bath products is relaxing and comforting..

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