Casey is the Chair of the Parks Commission Board, on the Trails and Freeway Committee, and in Friends of Recreational Trails. Along with all that, he has a couple of start up companies. 

July of 1991, at only 20 years old Tiffany Parker started her venture with $1000 in her pocket at a storefront where Rolando’s is now.

Selling more products and services will add to your bottom line. Here are examples that are step-wise expansions that you can do. You don’t need to strike off in a new direction, but taking small steps can

Clients and customers will tell you what they want. If they don't, ask them. The resulting conversations can be gold mines of new ideas for you to grow, expand, and--maybe--go off into a new direction.

You can grow a business quickly or slowly. Quick usually means going for funding. Slow growth takes place from within--by reaching out to new groups of customers.

Many of us raise a few veggies that end up on our tables. Fresh foods are tasty and healthy. Plus, you get the fun of growing your own.

Technology moves at remarkable speed. And it invades every business sector. Yours included.

 Facebook is the busiest destination for small businesses to get the word out in the world of the Internet--and passed around. There are others. Many businesses get good results using Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and others. 

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