Goliath Grow Newsletter


Goliath Grow Newsletter 

September 22, 2016

A Brief Goliath Grow Update

Things have been ramping up and we have been very busy here at Goliath Grow! We are very excited about this last months progress and continuing to expand our reach. As you may know, we believe our product is one of a kind. Not only is it completely organic, sourced from mother nature, and beneficial to both your plants and the soil, but by supporting Goliath Grow, you are supporting the movement to make a difference. 

Over the last month, three new members have joined the team with a focus on bringing new ideas to our presence through the web, social media, and new marketing campaigns. Of course we love our product and we feel everyone should be using it to promote their growing operations, but we believe the most important aspect of Goliath Grow is educating the masses. This is why we have recently started up our blog and would love for you to connect with us through that channel. Your ideas and experiences are invaluable and we want you to share with us as much as we want to share with you.  

Along with the blog, we are actively promoting our social media channels as an outlet to share ideas, photos, and for you to stay up-to-date on our efforts in the field.  

The times are changing! People want to make a difference. We experience this first-hand every single day. We are Goliath Grow(ing), spreading our roots, and trying our best to support you, your livelihood, and the world we live in. 

Thank you! 

The Goliath Grow Team

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About Goliath Grow

Goliath Grow is not just another organization, it's a movement. Our vision is to make sustainable, organic products available to everyone while preserving the environment.


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