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about the shop

Green Road Refill is a mobile retail store offers earth conscious products with the focus on reducing Cape Cod's plastic footprint.  We refill over 40 plant based soaps, shampoos, lotions and cleaning products sold by the weighed ounce. So not only are customers supporting the environment by purchasing fabulous eco friendly products  but they're also reducing their plastic consumption one bottle at a time!  Additionally, our mobile shop aims to introduce customers to many of the latest green alternatives in retail from stainless steel straws, and beeswax wraps to reusable produce bags and bamboo tooth brushes. Our mission is to expose and educate our community about how taking small steps to live greener life can make a big difference in the health of our planet. 


about Jess

Jess Georges is a washashore, originally from Buffalo. She grew up with a strong respect and love for nature and the outdoors (hiking and camping in her youth) and has always took pride in considering herself a tree hugger. 


She studied theater and music at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia and earned her Bachelors in Fine Arts. She lived in NYC teaching yoga and lived the life of a starving artist before making her way to Cape Cod in 2003 when she was cast in one of her favorite musicals at Cape Rep Theatre in Brewster.  That summer she met her husband Justin, a Cape native, and it wasn’t long before the city spit her out and she permanently settled on the Cape. Jess is still a company actor at Cape Rep and considers its community part of her close family. After having her son Kai in 2005, Jess went back to school for early education and enjoyed teaching until the birth of her daughter Cora in 2014.

Today, Jess wears the hat of entrepreneur for a cause that is close to her heart - conservation and sustainability of our planet. Climate change and the health of our oceans weigh heavy on her mind so she’s taking action!  With Green Road Refill, Jess hopes to plant the seed of sustainable living around the Cape by introducing ways people can make small changes in their purchasing power to make a big difference in the health of our planet!

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