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Tomboy Tools Review

Tomboy Tools is the brainchild of three women entrepreneurs who recognized a need for quality tools that were more ergonomically designed and made for smaller hands. They believe that there is an entire niche market of “Do-It-Yourselfers” that has been largely ignored.

Tomboy Tools+was founded in 2000 by Janet Rickstrew and Mary Tatum, in Denver, Colorado. These women had a bold dream to+Learn (Today), to Teach (Tomorrow) and to Build (Forever)+something that would change the lives of thousands of women.

The Tool Party format was launched in the U.S. in 2002.  Two years later came the debut of Tomboy Tools Canada, a division supporting all Canadian operations. Then in 2005, Tomboy Tools UK, a division supporting all United Kingdom Operations, was created. This is a genuinely unique direct selling business opportunity.

Tomboy Tools is a home party experience like no other.  Friends and family will have fun learning how to properly tackle home improvement and home repair projects, with tools designed for women.

Tomboy Tools is dedicated to empowering women, both in their pursuit of hands-on education as do-it-yourselfers and for those seeking to grow their incomes through a successful home-based business.

“No matter what your goals are: pay off that credit card, save for a vacation, cover your car payment or even your mortgage…you’ll find the Tomboy Tools opportunity offers what you’re looking for…” (from the Tomboy Tools homepage)

Get started a Tomboy Tools consultant for $159.  This is for the purchase of a complete starter kit that includes:

  • Tool box/Step Tool
  • 8 oz. Magnetic Hammer
  • Pry Bar
  • Long Nose Pliers
  • Standard Pliers
  • 16′ tape measure
  • Mini hacksaw
  • Safety glasses
  • Picture hanging set
  • Torpedo Level
  • Rubber-grip gloves
  • Ear plugs and more…
  • The Tomboy Tools Guide to Home Improvement
  • Tomboy Tools Business materials, including training dvd, product catalogs and hostess packets

Tomboy Tools is a member of the DSA and the DSWA.  Go to the Tomboy Tools website to contact a consultant in your area, www.tomboytools.com.

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