Our Co-Founders Guerby Joseph and Shannon Reinhardt Got Engaged!


Please join us in congratulating our CEO Shannon Reinhardt and our President Guerby Joseph, the co-founders of Joseph's Tea!  
On September 6, 2020 Guerby and Shannon had a tea time experience booked at a lovely Tea Shop in Tampa Florida. Guerby surprised Shannon with her engagement ring on the three tier tray that came out with their tea sandwiches and sweet treats!  He then asked Shannon to love him forever and to marry him, she said, "YES!"  Congratulations Guerby and Shannon!!!
The newly engaged pair are happily planning their Wedding for May of 2021 with close family and friends. They are even more excited about their love and passion for each other, for health and wellness, and helping others live healthier lives through Joseph's Tea!  They truly pour so much of their love into every products and into their high level of service.  
From all of us at Joseph's Tea we wish you abundance in health, wellness, joy, and love.

 

 


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