The following is a snapshot of our Real Good Toys family. As a group of individuals, we have shared our working lives for a long time. The average RGT employee has worked here for over 18 years. We are loyal, caring and value teamwork.

Jim & Chris
Owners, Jim & Chris were a young couple with a new baby when they entered the dollhouse business hoping to make a living that would support the Vermont lifestyle they dreamed of.
Now, more than 40 years and 4 grandchildren later… still living the dream!


As our Operations Manager, Jen wears many hats. She is a multitasking wizard who makes things happen online and over the phone. Jen spends lots of time with her chocolate lab "Ozzy" & family at sporting events and on outdoor adventures.




Jodi recently celebrated 25 years as Real Good Toys' Office Manager. Ever attentive to Customer Service and detail, you can feel her pleasant smile whenever you call. A great cook with lots of friends, Jodi and her husband enjoy summer camping.





For over 30 years Gary has not only managed our woodworking facility and factory production; he has designed and built hundreds (maybe thousands) of dollhouse prototypes and contributed in every major way to Real Good Toys' success. From the safety of our employees to the heirloom quality of each dollhouse part, it’s hard to imagine RGT without him.





Sue is our Assembly craftswoman. From log cabins and lighthouses to elaborate Victorian mansions, she oversees the detail and craftsmanship that goes into each and every finished dollhouse model produced here. Sue has contributed her artistic talent to RGT for over 20 years. In her spare time Sue nurtures a loving pack of cocker spaniels.




Who organizes all those itsy bitsy dollhouse parts? Sharon that's who!  Sharon makes sure they all get in the box and RGT has relied on her productive enthusiasm for over 30 years. A great team leader and problem solver, Sharon has decorated the packing department walls with posters of the horses she loves.



Jim is the "go to" guy when anything extra needs to get done. He has that valuable "can do" attitude. An RGT Woodworking Captain since 1991 and expert router, Jim now oversees all of our warehousing, adjustments and plant maintenance. On Thursday nights you can often find him at the "Thunder Road" car races.