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The Snuggle Factory Is Spreading Joy to West Georgia

The Snuggle Factory is bringing comfort and joy to Carrollton by way of teddy bears! Owner of the Christian-based business, Pamela Mason says, “I went to a vendor event, and I saw a lady doing it. I asked her about it.” Pamela then invested in a stuffing machine. 

Her goal was to donate teddy bears to children’s hospitals and or to mom’s who miscarried as a rememberance; having experienced a miscarriage herself.

“That’s how the snuggle factory became The Snuggle Factory,” she says.

Pamela, not only a master of teddy bears but seemingly a jack-of-all-trades, does even more at her shop. “I also do t-shirts, banners, balloons. I have event spaces. I do car tags, window stickers, yard signs.” Pamela adds, “I’m also a notary for the surrounding areas. I do craft classes, business cards, and I also do custom design.”

In addition to all of that, Pamela works in a hospital around mental health patients. She hosts art, rug and candle making parties, geared toward serving children and young adults with mental health issues.

Wanting children of all financial backgrounds to be able to participate, Pamela asked herself, “How can I come up with the money to be able to sponsor [children in financial need]?”

In answer to her question, she is organizing a pageant in April at City Station to raise funds.

The community can participate in many ways: as a much-needed vendor–$30, as a contestant–$25, or as an audience member–$10 in advance and $15 at the door. 

Pamela concludes, “I definitely want to thank my customers,” and continues, “…to anybody who’s ever stopped by, contacted me, supported events that I’ve had, thank you so much.” 

She further adds, “I want to thank my biggest supporters, husband, mama, my pastor and my church [Place of Refuge Church] for encouraging me not to stop and to keep going. To have faith.”

If you’d like to find some comfort and joy of your own, find The Snuggle Factory located behind Rosie’s Coffee Cafe at 817 Bankhead Highway. Visit them online here or find them on Facebook

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D’Asha was born in Dallas, Texas but later moved with her family to Peachtree City. She has a degree in Journalism from Hofstra University and has recently returned to the area after a couple of years teaching English in South Korea. She’ll try anything once and loves traveling and having new experiences. She is excited to get back into writing and to bring content to The City Menus Team.