Blue Jean Publishing

Business Address: P.O. Box 67111
Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
Suffolk County
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Business Contact: Sherry Handel
Owner
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Veteran Owned Business | Army Reserves, Separated | Member since October 22nd, 2009

Blue Jean Publishing offers the popular book written for and by teenage girls entitled "Blue Jean: What Young Women are Thinking, Saying, and Doing" (Blue Jean Press), published in the U.S., Croatia and Indonesia.

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My military service has prepared me to be an entrepreneur by stressing the importance of discipline, perseverance and teamwork.

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