Sweet Mona's Chocolates launches new website!

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Sweet Mona's Chocolates launches new website!
Mona Newbauer
Ramona Newbauer

Mona Newbauer clowning around at an RCI BanquetHi there out in Sweet Mona's chocolate lover's world. It's been about two months in the making but we are finally ready to launch our new website. You'll see it looks alot different than our other site but hopefully it will be much easier to navigate and of course, pleasing to the eye, as our chocolates are pleasing to the palate. 

This is a big step for us and as most everything here we did it from scratch. We hope that you like it and if you find a mistake, just shoot me an e-mail and I'll be sure to update it so that it's correct. 

With this website we are converting our newsletter to a blog so everything you need or want to know about the goings on of Sweet Mona's Chocolates will be there. So be sure to check it out!

I'm so very happy to be able to serve you and the world through Sweet Mona's chocolates. Thank you for being a part of this journey.

Yours in chocolate,
Mona Newbauer

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Love it—the website that is—almost as much as your caramels :)

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