ALLENTOWN, Pa. - They're local sisters who went to great schools and then became "mommypreneurs," starting a business based around a dollhouse.
Now, business is booming, and those dollhouses are inspiring play around the world.
Lori Schoeneman and Tara Schoeneman-Brown, the founders of Once Upon a TreeHouse, joined WFMZ's Eve Tannery on Wednesday to talk about their business and how they give back to the community.
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