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A look back...
In February Sound Earth officially opened it's doors for business (then named Clearly Natural).
We joined Stony Kill Environmental Education Center for their Earth Day celebration - our first vendor show.
In August, owner Ann LaGoy sold Home Assistance Cleaning Service™ to long time employees Jose and Cecilia Bernabe to focus on manufacturing natural cleaning products.
Sound Earth is recognized as a cruelty free company by the Coalition for Consumer Information on Cosmetics. We pledge the Corporate Standard of Compassion for Animals. Please view the Compassionate Shopping Guide for other cruelty free companies. Sound Earth's policy on animal testing.
Owner Ann LaGoy was invited to speak about the affects chemicals in the environment have on our bodies at the annual Scarborough Fair at the Mills Mansion, organized by the Cornell Cooperative Extension, Dutchess County. This was the first of many speaking engagements since. Audiences from Dutchess County Environmental Management Council, West Point, Vassar College, the Unitarian Fellowship of Poughkeepsie, and the American Association of University Women have benefited from Ann's research on this subject. Please contact Ann LaGoy for more information on presentations.
Ann LaGoy is recognized by the Poughkeepsie Journal as a young entrepreneur setting a positive example in business that benefits the environment.
Sound Earth participated in the Great Hudson River Revival, for the first time, as well as 67 other shows!
Sound Earth opened it's wholesale market. Adams Fairacre Farm, Poughkeepsie, and Nature's Pantry, Newburgh. Our hats off to these fine stores for welcoming us to their business!
Sound Earth changed it's name from Clearly Natural to better capture the essence of the company. Learn more about our philosophy and business practices.
Sound Earth pledges 10% of its profits to local, national, and international not-for-profit organizations. A pledge still held today.
Ann LaGoy's first published article appeared in the Poughkeepsie Journal: Products Can Harbor Hazards.
Sound Earth gets out of the kitchen! Until the summer of '06, all production of SE products was conducted in Ann's kitchen. This was the year we moved into our manufacturing facility.
Sound Earth introduces the Body Guard bug repellent to our line of products; it has grown to be one of our top selling items.
In anticipation of Sound Earth's new logo and labels, work begins with local artist Peggy Farrington who helps bring our fun characters to life.
Sound Earth was granted status of Woman-Owned Business Enterprise by the Division of Minority and Women's Business Development of the State of New York.
The launch of Sound Earth's new logo and labels was finally completed! After many months of consideration and effort, the first phase of Sound Earth's new labels appeared on the shelves of retail stores and our online store.
Sound Earth receives the Environmental Responsibility Award from the Senior America's Team Green.Sound Earth received help from a NASA funded program called SATOP (Space Alliance Technology Outreach Program) to improve the formulation of the Velvet Hammer! Read our story: Solution 399
To celebrate 5 years in business Sound Earth representatives visit all of our stores to share our fabulous line of products with new customers. We handed out free samples and demonstrated the products.
Ann LaGoy co-founds the Women's Peer to Peer Business Solutions Group based in Yorktown Heights; still active today.
Sound Earth introduces the GreasEraser to it's line of cleaners; a fabulous spin off of the Velvet Hammer.
Continuing efforts to serve our community, Sound Earth organizes and co-sponsors the Historic Bicycle Tour of Olde Fishkill.
To better serve our customers, Sound Earth phases out of retail outlets, and focuses on internet business; bringing us into homes across the country, and furthering our goal to provide the safest cleaning products on the market - no matter where you are!
Sound Earth becomes more active in animal rights issues, exposing exploitation of animals in the field of manufacturing.
Sound Earth becomes an importer and independent distributor for Organic Soap Nuts, under our own label.
Juno Rescued Beagle and Sound Earth partner for the first time via Sound Earth's Charity of the Month program.
Sound Earth launches the first annual Best Animal Rescue Contest on Independence Day to help raise awareness of rescued animals, and hopefully inspire people within the community to rescue animals of their own.
Sound Earth begins working with animal rescue groups in the humane practice of trap/neuter/return and place.
Ann LaGoy lends her expertise for Kathleen Norton's article "Get Your House Clean for Spring Without Chemicals".
Sound Earth sponsors Fishkill Cares for Cats; both a spring community event and a fall spay/neuter clinic. Events to benefit the community as well as homeless and needy cats. All proceeds in the spring were donated to Furry Friends Pet Rescue and Guardian Angel Cat Rescue. Our fall event benefitted our friends at Katmarroon, Inc as well as Sound Earth's own trap/neuter/return and place efforts.
Sound Earth spayed/neutered 100 cats, and placed 45 of them. Enjoy our slide show showing the faces of rescue!
Sound Earth develops a new line of roll-on body perfumes.
2013 - Happy 10 year anniversary!
Sound Earth celebrates our 10 year anniversary with highlights and specials all year!
Continuing our efforts to help cats in our community, Sound Earth sponsors the second annual Fishkill Cares for Cats event. We continue to work with local rescues, and citizens in the humane practice of TNR.