Changes Hair and Esthetics Salon - "Being partnered with the right people has helped to excel all aspects of my business.""
There's a saying that enduring hardship together, brings people closer together, and for Melissa Stevenson and her team at Changes Hair and Esthetics Salon in Amherstview, this couldn't be more true.
Imagine a product that requires no advertising, very little marketing, and no overhead costs. It’s a golden nugget, it is the product that sells itself. And that’s exactly what Peter and Angela Joyce’s customers claim about their pepperoni.
Following a passion takes fearlessness, drive, focus and support.
Giving someone you care about an item that is unique, thoughtful, and handmade is rewarding. Making it yourself is even better, but if your crafting and DIY skills need some work, there is no shame in letting someone else do the handy work for you. Enter Lennox and Addington's Stone City Woodworks.
We all carry traits from our parents, things that make us who we are and link us to our past. We learn things from them and take them with us as we go. For Jesse Stinson, his trade is rooted in family, tradition, and the natural environment he grew up in.
It’s never an easy task to be a trailblazer. Going against the grain, taking the road less travelled, marching to the beat of your own drum, whatever you call it, there is no question it can be a challenge. Being an industry disrupter takes expertise in your field, a strong message, and, perhaps most importantly, courage.
You may have heard the saying that in order for a new leaf to grow, the dead one needs to be pushed off the branch. For Scott Sabramsky, this idea resonated and inspired a new Lennox and Addington County business that grows more every day.
The Napanee Beer Company: "You CAN move back home, start a business and be happier than you ever imagined."
Moving back home is a scary thought for many of us. Leaving the big city behind, packing up and heading to a small town is a downright daunting prospect. For Geordan Saunders, owner of The Napanee Beer Company, the decision to move back home to Napanee came down to one simple question:
A former church nestled in the village of Enterprise, the setting could not be more fitting for the quirky collection of salvaged architectural objects showcased at Salvage Garden.