The face behind Glory Goods

Meet Danielle

Danielle grew up on her family's farm in Rosetta, Kentucky where her now flower shop/farm stand is located. She grew up with her older brother Dakota. They spent their childhood playing basketball, riding four wheelers, working in the shop with their parents, and most importantly, pulling tractors. Her family's passion for pulling tractors is more than what meets the eye. If you saw the Allens on the weekend, they were most likely at a pull or working on their pulling tractors in the shop. 

Father's Day 2009, Danielle's life as she always knew it, was changed forever. What started as another day on the farm, ended with losing Dakota in a freak accident on the farm. At just 12 years old, she had to learn to move on with her life without her best friend. As time passed Danielle learned that this is what made her the woman she is today.

After this life changing event, her family grew stronger. They did everything together, because you never know when the time might come that you lose a loved one. 

Dakota was a true inspiration to the family and anyone who knew him. You never saw him without a smile on his face. He loved pulling tractors every weekend where he made friends from all over. To this day, the Allens carry on his legacy while pulling tractors. They strive every day to carry on his legacy in everything they do.

Once Danielle graduated high school, she attended Western Kentucky University where she studied Agronomy. She always knew she would be a seed salesman one day. 

During her last semester of college she began an internship at Ruby Branch Farms in Franklin, KY. She instantly fell in love with this beautiful small family farm that focused on agri-tourism where she was welcomed with open arms. Owners Drew and Laney offered her a full time job as the Operations Manager when she graduated. Danielle will forever be thankful for this stop on her journey. But after three years at Ruby Branch, she realized God had more in store for her. 

After talking with her father, Danielle decided it was time to give back to the community that had supported her throughout life. Their support over the years has meant so much.

So now you are probably wondering - how did Danielle come up with the name "Glory Goods?" When she hears glory, she always thinks of God and His blessings. He has been there for her through it all and she is ready to give glory back to him.



483 Rosetta Corners Road
Irvington, KY 40146

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