Michelle Keller wants guests at Brickhouse Loft, a boutique hotel, to feel the hospitality from the moment they book to the moment they leave. The effort she and her staff have put into making their guests feel welcomed in a clean and caring environment shows not only through the personal messages they receive long after that guest has left, but on the reviews they leave online as well.
MIND, BODY, AND SPIRIT
In the 25 years since Brandon Sieg started Gentry Martial Arts in Martinsville, he estimates that they have held 30,000 classes. That is a considerable number, made possible by the large variety of classes the business has to offer.
BLAZING A TRAIL
In the beginning, Jim Jones didn’t know a thing about CBD and he never would have dreamed he’d be in the business of selling it.
“I started to read, educate myself, watch videos and get all the information I could behind it and it expanded my mind to what this product could do for people,” he said. “To the point that I started using it. Then I started having customers use it and saw what it did; I was flabbergasted. It was pretty amazing.”