Sam wasn't one to toot his own horn. But Stan and Ruth insisted. They were proud of what their kids had accomplished with their small business idea. Judy, Ruth's daughter and Sam, Stan's son, had come up with a business idea and made it work. Their start up business, after 15 months, had grown from it's kitchen table start to a small retail space. And, it was making a profit.
A family friend had been impressed with what Sam and Judy had accomplished. As a writer, he had taken it upon himself to chronicled their start up to success story in the form of a power point presentation.
At Stan and Ruth's insistence, the friend had posted his Sam & Judy story on a website specifically designed to share slide presentations. Now, everybody was calling, emailing and sending notes about how much they enjoyed the "Sam & Judy" Small Business @ Home Start Up to Success Story Power Point.
As a new business owner, Judy had learned a lot about marketing and PR. She knew, even if both she and Sam were the shy type, they weren't too shy to share their story. If nothing else, it was good for business.