Georgia entrepreneur Robin N. Reeves II’s 2020 vision has come full circle with a variety of delectable seasonings


A man’s gift makes room for him, And brings him before great men. (Proverbs 18:16 NKJV)


HARVEST SEASONING

GOD’S PLAN — A graduate of Savannah High School and a proud alum of Armstrong State University (he earned his undergraduate degree in 2015), Robin Reeves II said whipping up his Mason Jar Money Premium Seasonings has become a constant hobby, for the most part. “I love the fact that it never feels like work,” Reeves II said. “I have the power to come up with flavors, and when my products get into the hands of my customers, their responses drive me to keep going every day.”

Much to his delight, Robin N. Reeves II’s awe-inspiring 2020 vision commenced on January 1, 2020.

That is when he diligently stepped out on faith by putting his God-manifested vision on display for all the world to see.
And to embrace.
And to taste, of course.
Especially taste.
“My competitive drive comes from being into sports and people telling me that I wasn’t ready or good enough to be where I am,” Reeves II, during an interview with Making Headline News this week, said, explaining what fueled his fervent desire to jumpstart his business. “I am firm believer in Christ and I know that God doesn’t give us a spirit of fear or timidity, but a spirit of power, love, and a sound mind.”
He got that right.

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Interestingly, Reeves acknowledged, each of his seasonings have been given a uniquely distinct name that is personal to him, accompanied with a special meaning behind it.

Which, fortunately for Reeves II, was a sufficient enough faith that would greatly enable him to witness Mason Jar Money Premium Seasonings, his Savannah, Georgia-based venture whereby his products are accompanied by a distinct taste and personality.

“My products are also vegan friendly and very healthy for people with health issues,” said Reeves II, adding that his Premium Seasonings are for everybody.”

Interestingly, Reeves acknowledged, each of his seasonings have been given a uniquely distinct name that is personal to him, accompanied with a special meaning behind it.

To his credit, it seems Reeves II’s Mason Jar Money Premium Seasonings are starting to turn heads outside of the state of Georgia, most notably in Clarksburg, West Virginia, as well as in New Jersey, Massachusetts, and other East Coast establishments.

For instance, his ever-so-popular Cowboy Seasoning is named after my favorite team (NFL’s Dallas Cowboys) and it is also his customers’ favorite seasoning he said. Also, this particular product has more of a savory seasoning, Reeves explained, one that gives you the idea of “a party going on in your mouth.”

And then there’s the famous Rocky Seasoning, which is named in honor of Reeves’ nickname and describes his personality (Sweet Heat).

FAMILY FOCUS — “My wife, daughter, parents, spiritual parents, siblings, cousins, grandma, aunts, uncles and my best friends who enjoy my cooking on a regular,” said Reeves II, recalling who were amongst those who inspired him to launch his business venture.

In addition, Reeves II has come up with what is known as the Port Life Seasoning, one that customarily pays homage to the neighborhood in which he was raised in Savannah.

“It’s a spicy seafood style seasoning being that we are the Sea Port City,” Reeves II said of the seasoning that named after his hood.

And then there’s the Friday Seasoning which, according to Reeves II, was named after Friday, his favorite movie growing up.

“It’s an herbal seasoning…potent with different herbs and spices,
Reeves II said of the Friday flavor.


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Reeves II’s Golden Moment seasoning is comprised of a marinade, of sorts, or base called Golden Moment, which means “this is the Golden Moment you get before you cook your food,” he said.

Reeves II said each of these products can be used on “anything.”

A graduate of Savannah High School and a proud alum of Armstrong State University (he earned his undergraduate degree in 2015), Reeves II said whipping up his seasonings has become a constant hobby, for the most part.


“I love the fact that it never feels like work,” Reeves II said. “I have the power to come up with flavors, and when my products get into the hands of my customers, their responses drive me to keep going every day.”


To his credit, it seems Reeves II’s Mason Jar Money Premium Seasonings are starting to turn heads outside of the state of Georgia, most notably in Clarksburg, West Virginia, as well as in New Jersey, Massachusetts, and other East Coast establishments.

“I want to reach (consumers ranging in) ages 13 to 99, meaning if you have access to a kitchen, you can use my products,” Reeves said.

Having begun cooking when he was a tender five years of age, Reeves is grateful the fact that his 2020 vision has come full circle.

Nothing or anyone, he said, can stop what God is manifesting in his life, considering God has strategically endorsed the gifts by which He has blessed him.

GREAT FOOD, GREAT TASTE — “Every day is a day to do something great, different, and creative,” Reeves II said. “You have to seize each opportunity to be the answer to someone’s problem. Be creative and find your niche, or better yet, be the niche.”

“I can’t let what others think about me to deter me from where God wants me to be and the plans He has for my life,” Reeves II said. “So I must keep going and get my products out to the world so that everybody can experience great food and seasonings in their life.”

All the while embracing it.

And tasting it.

Especially tasting it.

AMERICA’S TEAM TRIBUTE — Reeves II’s ever-so-popular Cowboy Seasoning is named after my favorite team (NFL’s Dallas Cowboys) and it is also the customers’ favorite seasoning he said. Also, this particular product has more of a savory seasoning, Reeves explained, one that gives you the idea of “a party going on in your mouth.”

“Every day is a day to do something great, different, and creative,” Reeves II said. “You have to seize each opportunity to be the answer to someone’s problem. Be creative and find your niche, or better yet, be the niche.”

That, after all, is some pretty eloquent (seasoning) food for thought.

Much to his delight, Reeves II’s awe-inspiring 2020 vision commenced on January 1, 2020.

For more information about Savannah, Georgia Businessman Robin N. Reeves II of Mason Jar Money Premium Seasonings, to inquire about his products, a public appearance or speaking engagement, connect with him company via social media at: https://www.facebook.com/masonjarmoney/, Twitter or  
Pinterest. Also, send email to: robin.reeves89@gmail.com.


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