Stacie Bloomfield

Posted: May 13, 2018 at 6 a.m.

NWA Democrat-Gazette/BEN GOFF  @NWABENGOFF "The reason [Gingiber has] seen success is pure Stacie -- her grit, her determination." -- Angie Classen
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NWA Democrat-Gazette/BEN GOFF @NWABENGOFF "The reason [Gingiber has] seen success is pure Stacie -- her grit, her determination." -- Angie Classen

To talk to Stacie Bloomfield for more than 10 minutes is to be charmed by her: The animated artist and founder and owner of the stationery and home goods company, Gingiber, is a bundle of positive energy. With bright eyes behind large, tortoiseshell glasses and a ready laugh, she's open and honest about the challenges and hurdles she's faced as a working mom and business owner.

Through Others’ Eyes

“This girl works so hard. She did the Little Craft Show with a newborn baby. I just remember thinking, ‘Oh, my word, she’s going to kill herself, she’s workign so hard.’ It was so obvious she had this amazing product. She was in the perfect spot at life with all of these other moms who could relate. She was absolutely killing it.” — Vanessa Ryerse

“I think in a world where integrity seems to be unimportant to some businesses, that’s not the case for Stacie — her integrity and her name are important to her. It’s important to her that people know she’s going to do what she says she’s going to do.” — Angie Classen

“I think that one of Stacie’s greatest strengths is her authenticity. She doesn’t put on a public face and a private face. She’s very much ‘what you see is what you get.’ I’ve known her for a long time, and she’s the same online as she is at home.” — Nathan Bloomfield

NWA Democrat-Gazette/BEN GOFF @NWABENGOFF "I think that one of Stacie's greatest strengths is her authenticity. She doesn't put on a public face and ...

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