We love to share small town success stories. Deborah Reynolds sent us this one after our most recent newsletter. (If you missed our newsletter, you can read it here.)
Kim truly enjoys helping others and her passion is to help locally. From this passion and her incredible business experience, she founded Wise Merchants Associationin 2009 to help our local businesses weather the recession. The goal of this Association is to allow merchants to share ideas, problems and solutions with other merchants. The Association meetings are structured to provide information, education, and motivation for business owners, as well as networking opportunities. It is open to any merchant in our county at no cost. Our meetings have included training for business owners in marketing, networking, social media, and business goal setting. Kim even arranged sales training with a speaker from Brian Tracy! And, last November she provided members free tickets to the Get Motivated event, which featured Colin Powell, Rudy Guiliani, Zig Ziglar, Robert Schuller, and George W. Bush.
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