This is the first year that my husband, Chris, our two teenagers and I went Christmas décor shopping together; tree and all. I love this time of the year. The decorating, cooking, gifts and the holiday cheer. We opted for a green six foot tall Christmas tree that is flocked with artificial snow. We left the store excited to put up the tree together in our apartment.
Chuck and Brenda Stennett are partners in business and life. With a 32-year marriage and a successful business, the sky is the limit. They credit their success to hard work and good communication. Most days, you will find both at Chuck’s Kwik Change—with Mr. Stennett in the pit and Mrs. Stennett in the books.
It’s that time of year again. What time is it do you ask? Why the popcorn? It’s Black Friday this week. It’s the time of year that we see the best in people and the worse in people. The popcorn is for watching the show that is about to be put on by the madness that is Black Friday. There will be a truck full of videos of people acting the fool.
Millions of small businesses have had a difficult year in 2020. As the novel coronavirus COVID-19 spread across the globe, governments all over the world took unprecedented measures to prevent the virus from claiming more lives. Public health measures like social distancing undoubtedly saved lives, but small businesses bore the brunt of the economic impact of such measures.