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Transcript of Yankee Candles
Yankee Candle Company was started in South Hadley, Massachusetts. originally from Holyoke, Massachusetts Mike Kittredge created his first scented candle, Christmas 1969. Seventeen-year-old Mike, too broke to buy his mother a present, melted some crayons to make her a candle. A neighbor saw it and convinced Mike to sell the candle to her. With that small stake, he bought enough wax to make two candles - one for his mom, and another to sell. That was the birth of Yankee Candle.
how much does the average worker get paid?
Store manager: 43,606$ a year
second asisstan manager: 10.26/hr
sales associate: 8.55/hr
Assistant manager: 12.49/hr
how they are made
The glass jars used by Yankee Candle are made especially for Yankee Candle in accordance to specific guidelines. Yankee Candles requires glass to be lab-tested to ensure appropriate strength and density of the glass.
Every Yankee Candle has a custom blended wax formula to ensure the optimum melting point and ability to hold fragrance oil. In addition, when properly burned, these special was formulations help maintain an even, clean burn
If you were to cut a Yankee Candle jar in half, you would find that the wax is richly colored through out the candle. The beautiful hues are specially selected to enhance your overall fragrance expirience.
Yankee Candle is knows for room-filling and authentic fragrance. Our passion for fragrance leads us to develops the worlds most unique scents. Yankee Candle fragrance oils are complex combinations of top, middle, and base notes that are developed across the globe to bring you the very best fragrance experience.