If you are looking to buy, sell or grow a business, odds are that you are dedicated and determined in your pursuit. Likewise, if you need assistance in reaching your goal, you want an individual that shares your same sense of determination. Look no further than 32-year-old Lex Meredith, who since June 2014, has been …read more →
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A change in direction. A break from the routine. Starting over. a new chapter. Whatever you want to call it, we have all felt the tug. It might come at 27 or 38, 52 or even 72. For Don Greer, he felt it at 45. Greer had spent 25 years in grocery distribution management. But …read more →
Leonard Blue can be considered a pioneer of sorts. On May 2, he launched the first Experimac in Richmond at 1307 Main Street. The franchise specializes in Apple® related services with warranty and out-of-warranty work including buying, selling, trade-ins and repairs, and refurbished Macintosh®, iPhone® and MacBook® laptops plus iMac® computers, to name a few. The business will serve …read more →
Signarama owner Harry Titus and his team come up with creative solutions every day for the sign and graphic needs of their customers which holds special meaning for the 64-year-old Vietnam War veteran. Titus served as an Army infantryman with 1/46 Delta Company/1st Platoon at Fire Base Mary Ann in the Quảng Tín Province of …read more →
Tim Sheahan, EmbroidMe Owner of Colorado, was recently interviewed by CNN about his experience as one of the many who have been impacted by the economy and corporate downsizing. After both he and his wife lost their jobs on the very same day, he decided not to pursue the daunting task of seeking another corporate …read more →
Congratulations to Len Cava of EmbroidMe Delray Beach, FL. He was featured in Entrepreneur Magazine, and the article was also picked up by Reuters!
Dan Dubell, Chris Grohman and Jeff Mitchell recently combined their business experience into a new local venture, EmbroidMe of Bel Air. Dubell previously worked as Director of Operations for 56 Taco Bell and KFC locations over 10 years, while Mitchell worked for the same group for nine. The two teamed up and entered the embroidery …read more →
Local Sign Business Sees Success Again as Businesses Regain Economic Footing September 24, 2013 (Indianapolis) – Surviving the economic downturn has been especially hard on small businesses that rely on other small businesses as customers. Chad Smith, who has owned and operated his Signarama business since May 2006, felt the hardships of his clients acutely …read more →
Owner of EmbroidMe Sees 10% Increase in Sales Since Last Year August 26, 2013 – (Loveland, CO)—When Bill Cosby takes the stage on Sep. 16 at the Budweiser Events Center in Loveland, he’ll be wearing a shirt made by Loveland EmbroidMe owner Jennifer Snyder. Cosby’s trademarked “Hello, Friends” shirts are a staple of his events. …read more →
Len Cava Overcomes Three Hurricanes and a Recession as He Builds Family Business October 24, 2013 – (Delray Beach, Fla.)—Len Cava, moved to Florida for the weather. In 2003, he and his wife Gayle were tired of the cold winters in Long Island, N.Y. and decided to relocate. Cava sold his contract packaging business to his …read more →