We are right in the middle of SMALL BUSINESS WEEK! Two of the owners of such endeavors are:
I’m a small-business owner.
Becky McCray is a small-business owner (here at Small Biz Survival, Allen’s Retail, and a cattle ranch).
In the last week, I have needed several small-business owners. For example, I:
Got coffee several times at a local shop, Boneshaker;
Went fabric shopping with my wife (well, I sat outside while she shopped at SewBatik);
Picked up some bread, Bread Poets;
Had dinner, Harvest Brazilian Grill;
Got some medicine for my mother (Medicine Shoppe);
Followed Karen Ehrens;
Picked up some travel snacks at Mary’s Market;
and shopped at BisMan Food Cooperative and Plaza Drug for Pride of Dakota products.
Thanks to all small-business owners for what you add to our communities. You are a crucial cornerstone.
So add a comment and tell us who some of the small businesses that you support.
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Randy Cantrell says
Truth, Glenn. And it’s not just a rural thing (in spite of what big city folks may think — I’m in Dallas/Ft. Worth, but was born in Ada, Oklahoma). Good folks grinding away to provide valuable service to their community. Not worried about scale or scope, but knowing their customers. Woven into the fabric of their communities by making a difference in their corner of the world…their community (whether it’s a rural little town, or a neighborhood in the city).
I visited the Cuba Bakery and Deli, run by Mennonites, for a sandwich. I bought the local newspaper while I was there.