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Watkins Products

Postby LeoWells » Wed Jun 06, 2007 12:28 pm

Folks, I am currently distributing Watkins products, stuff I vividly recall my maternal grandmother buying on a regular basis. Not just selling, but I am using the products myself.

Take a look at our products at and see if there's not some things that get your attention. I don't do much cooking, but the spices in preparing spiced tea were way better than the stuff I bought at the store.

Ifn you want to start up some side income (or more if that's your goal), look at our site, fill in the blanks, and I'll get you going. I have several great folks over me who do their darndest to help me succeed, and we can be there for you as well.

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and the code BT4273, and the rest is simple.


Postby Tiny » Thu Jun 07, 2007 4:01 am

wow those look like some very old fashioned products. Something not seen so often anymore.
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Postby LeoWells » Thu Jun 07, 2007 7:03 am


Yes, they've kept the old fashioned look, but several massive web sites for product dissemination, ordering, training, etc.

Very good stuff!

Postby Jeff Mitchell » Mon Jun 11, 2007 11:51 pm


I have some Watkins products in our pantry now that we brought several years ago from a store here in Waco, that sadly to say closed not too long after that. Every once in awhile we will go out for a country drive(just to get out of the city) and stop at a country store and see Watkins products on their shelves. It does bring back some old memories of my grandmother in the kitchen using Watkins in/for some of her cooking.

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Postby LeoWells » Wed Aug 22, 2007 1:23 pm

Not just a bump, but additional information.

I also have a webpage,

I'm using more and more of the stuff. I'm finding that the cleaning stuff is much better than anything I buy elsewhere. The window cleaner makes my glasses sparkle.

Re: Watkins Products

Postby leowells92 » Wed Jan 07, 2009 2:23 pm

Still on the Watkins list. I don't have the web page any longer, but orders can still be made with my ID # 373618.

Jeff said he saw our products in some country stores. I know that our vanilla is on sale at Wal-Mart Supercenters.

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