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BTS Gets Pledge-a-Product Opportunity From Oh My Balm

Oh My Balm, which makes artisanal handcrafted body products, has become a Behind the Scenes Pledge-a-Product partner. Oh My Balm is owned by Meredith Moseley-Bennett (ETCP Certification Manager) and Yolanda Grbic (Teacher, Jersey City) of Glen Ridge, NJ, and they have pledged a percentage of the profits from their body butter called “Crew” to support the charity.

This brand new product has been specifically designed for the hard-working hands of the entertainment industry and is made entirely of all natural ingredients. In addition to supporting the charity the owners buy all of their shea butter from the non-profit Global Mamas, which works to create a life of prosperity for the women in Ghana who make the shea butter. Purchases can be made at

Upon announcing the pledge, Meredith Moseley-Bennett stated, “As a part of the ESTA family for the last 10 years, I have been witness to the huge difference Behind the Scenes has made in people’s lives and wanted to find a way to initiate a more sustaining contribution to help those who have run into financial woes due to illness or injury. Once I explained the purpose of the charity, my business partner agreed wholeheartedly.”

Rick Rudolph, the Chair of Behind the Scenes, welcomed Oh My Balm as a Pledge-a- Product Partner saying, “I did not know about shea butter or the Global Mamas. Please take a moment to view the video on the Oh My Balm website to learn about them as I did. Meredith has been a huge supporter of BTS and I am very happy that she and Yolanda will be joining the program donating funds from sales of “Crew.”

The Behind the Scenes charity provides entertainment technology professionals who are seriously ill or injured with grants that may be used for basic living and medical expenses. For more information about Behind the Scenes, to donate, or to apply for a grant, visit For more information about the Pledge-a-Product Program please contact [email protected].

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