Angela Mader founded fitlosophy ®, a fitness and lifestyle products company, in 2008. Beginning with a fitness journal she called “fitbook”, Mader built a brand that focused on helping customers achieve their fitness goals.
By 2017, fitlosophy had grown to 6 employees, $2 million in top-line revenue and Mader was selling her journals in 16,000 stores including giant retailers like Target, Walgreens and CVS. That’s when CSS Industries (NYSE: CSS) came knocking.
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