The Georgia National Fair is in full swing in Perry and that means fun for the entire family.
It also means it’s time to check out all the homegrown and Georgia made products on exhibit at the sprawling Georgia Grown Pavilion.
The Georgia Grown Pavilion features agriculture products processed or manufactured in Georgia including jam and jellies, sauces, pickles, oils and a wide variety of other artisanal goods. Stop by and shop the pavilion for all your Georgia Grown product needs.
One product worth a second and third look in the Pavilion with an interesting backstory is Lux Leonis Skincare.
A modern skin care company with traditional roots and a keen eye to the future. Lux Leonis is devoted to re-formulating traditional recipes with exotic, farm-fresh ingredients that will provide you with the upscale, luxurious experience we wholeheartedly believe you deserve. Founded by a college professor, mother of twins, and nature lover whose vision is to provide products of superior quality, we seek to positively contribute to society and the environment by sourcing our organic ingredients locally, offering educational opportunities to students, and supporting small business owners across the world.
A product that fits in perfectly with the theme of the Fair.
Again, all thanks to Mercer Professor and Marketing Researcher, PhD. Ana Rynarzewska.
Rynarzewska has a passion for freshness and quality in products.= and her line at the Fair demonstrates that and more!
“I brought goat milk soap, bath and body care, advanced skincare formulations, candles and , of course, gifts.”
It’s also a chance for Dr. Rynarzewska to show her students firsthand the power of being an entrepreneur.
“Students use my brand in school projects to learn about growing business, managing brands, facing hardships of a pandemic, social media marketing and innovation.”
Sometimes hard lessons to learn, but the Georgia National Fair provides a fair and fun environment to get exposure and learn.
Many of Rynarzewska’s students now are Lux Leonis customers and spreading the word.
“My students don’t have to choose my brand, there are many to choose from but they enjoy it. And their evaluations suggest that they love a professor with current business experience.”
As supply chain problems dominate the news cycle this fall and will stretch into the holiday season, local products are the way to go in 2021.
Check out the Fair’s Georgia Grown Pavilion for all the great Georgia products.