explaining the Job's Daughters lawsuit against Heidi Yoast
Once upon the 1980's a girl named Heidi joined Job's Daughters International
The Story of JDI vs Heidi
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Heidi was active in Job's Daughters and even became the Grand Bethel Honored Queen for the State of Washington. She was chosen to represent all of the polite, smart, kind future leaders who were members in the state.
Heidi grew up, ran a company, got married, and had kids and dogs. Then she got very sick and had to focus on what was really important. She started a tiny print shop at her house and offered her services to the youth groups she loved when she was a kid. She did everything for the cost of materials and did not make a profit. The opportunity to promote the Masonic Youth was worth more than money.
Heidi wrote to the Supreme level of adults and offered to create shirts at the supreme session, and give Job's Daughters money from the collaboration. One time, Heidi thought, a girl had been told she couldn't use Heidi to make fundraising items because an adult wanted to use that idea. Heidi said she would not make that exact item for the adult because Job's Daughters is for the daughters - not the mothers.
Hey Jobies, I have found a great lady to order Promo items and shirts from. Check out her Facebook page!
I am e-mailing Heidi tonight!
Welcome to Supreme Session 2016! Yadda yadda, trademark violation, blah yadda, that Past Grand Bethel Honored Queen from Washington
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