Were you expecting a slow news month? Not from the members of SSWBN. Our members have been busy.
Nancy O’Keefe, owner of Simple Small Business Solutions, launched her new book: Values Based Choices: How Small Business Owners Will Salvage the American Dream, at Suzanne Evans Hell Yeah X Event in New York City on July 25th. Congratulations Nancy!
Starting August 15th the Good Deeds Thrift Store will be adding 3000 square feet of space directly above the current store, doubling its size. According to Janet LaBerge, owner of Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap andGood Deeds Thrift Store, “The additional space will allow us to showcase our items better and have room for classes in things like distress painting, simple upholstery, furniture repair, use of chalk paint, and more. Thank you to our loyal customers who have supported our store and made this next leap of faith possible.” This is awesome news, Janet!
Wicked Local recently announced the winners of the2014 Reader’s Choice Awards. Many of our members were honored to be selected by readers, including:
*Tracy Marino Photography,#1 Photographer in Pembroke;
*Good Deeds Thrift Store, Honorable Mention in the categories of Antique and Vintage Stores and Furniture Store;
* George Washington Toma, voted #1 Appliance Store in Weymouth and recognized as a Gold Medal Regional Favorite;
* A Fork in the Road Deli, Honorable Mention for Pembroke Caterers and Silver Medalist as a Region Favorite;
*Cloutier Photography, Honorable Mention as a Hingham Photographer;
* Holly Tree Dental Honorable Mention in theDentist category;
* Cohasset Family Chiropractic, #1 Chiropractorin Cohasset;
*Eastern Bank of Norwell Honorable Mention; and
* Allerton House, Honorable Mention in the Retirement Living category.
Congratulations to all for the outstanding recognition!
And as always I love to hear about your announcements, successes, and awards both personally and professionally.