Three Washington, D.C. brothers, Collin, Ryan and Austin Gill, who are 13, 10 and 8, respectively, wanted to earn some extra cash while helping their community, and collectively they decided to open their own candle company with intentions of giving back.
The business, Frères
Frères Branchiaux products include handmade candles, room sprays, diffusers, soy melts
Thanks to a strong and loyal following, Frères
Shop Frères Branchiaux Candle Co. online at freresbranchiaux.com
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