Sometimes our best resources are right in front of us. Often we get distracted by too big of a picture, and don’t realize that those situated locally are fully capable of contributing to our success and in turn, us contributing to their success.
It’s all about intangibles- those little things that come from the dedication and ambition needed to run a small business.
Our good friends over at Walter Stewart’s Market are dedicated to thinking locally. Their shelves are lined with the products of privately owned, small batch farmers and grocers. Intangibles aside, here you can taste the difference. Their focus on locally grown fare is part of who they are, their identity. Which is why we think they knocked on our door, because they knew first hand, from over a century of business, that local matters. They knew that our dedication as a local small business would make a difference.
We were certainly up to the challenge, to make sure they got the site, and market strategy they deserved. So head on over to www.stewartsmarket.com and see what they’re up to or better yet, stop on by in person and give local a try.