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[ 0 ] Oct. 5, 2012

Made In The U.S.A. Glacier National Park Blanket

Another fine product made in the United States comes from Pendleton Woolen Mills of Washougal, Washington. Pendleton Woolen Mills produces a small group of colorful blankets inspired by America’s great open spaces that are a fitting and cozy ode to our great national parks.

[ 0 ] Oct. 4, 2012

10 Reasons Why Businesses Fail

There are a lot of factors that go into the analysis of why businesses fail, but here are ten to consider as your plan your venture and fine tune your small business goals and strategies: 1. The business had insufficient financing. 2. Not enough “due diligence” research was conducted prior to opening. 3. No marketing […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 3, 2012

eBay & SBO : Perfect Together

We are proud to be a leading content provider to the eBay Small Business Center.  Check it out @ http://cc.ebay.com/small-business-info/web-preneuring.aspx Other content providers to the helpful resource site include the U.S. Small Business Administration and the IRS.

[ 0 ] Oct. 2, 2012

Visionary Eco-Preneurs Drew and Myra Goodman

The New York natives started growing raspberries in their 2.5 acre garden in central California and went on to create Earthbound Farm, a prewashed-greens empire that sells their organic produce to supermarkets across the United States.

[ 0 ] Oct. 1, 2012

Wheels Of Fortune! Road To Riches

20 Super Hot Start-Ups!

[ 0 ] Oct. 1, 2012

Imprint Plus: Multi-Language Software for Name Badges, Signage

Imprint Plus, leading manufacturer of personalized, re-useable, magnetic name badges and customized signage systems, introduces its multi-language version of its “plug and play” Name Print Graphics (NPG) software. The NPG V3.0 version supports five languages of English, Portuguese, German, French and Spanish for creating professional looking name badges in print text with graphics on any […]

[ 0 ] Sep. 28, 2012

Made In The U.S.A. : Ball Wide-Mouth Pint Jars

The lids and bands of these well-known jars are made in Muncie, Indiana as are the jars. Ball’s Mason jars are a near perfect example of food storage and are staples of homesteading.

[ 0 ] Sep. 25, 2012

Fire Hydrant Promotion For KFC

KFC rescued a small Indiana town that needed new fire hydrants. The company shelled out $7500 to post Fiery Grilled Wings ads on three hydrants in exchange for getting the town some new gear.

[ 0 ] Sep. 21, 2012

Made In The U.S.A. : Aviator Sunglasses By Randolph

Randolph Engineering in Randolph, Massachusetts creates the aviator glasses for our military. Roger that!

[ 0 ] Sep. 20, 2012

Cab Co. In Beverly Hills Says Biz Is On The Move

As gas prices have increased, and reliance on one’s own personal car has declined slightly in Southern California, Beverly Hills Cab Co. owner Joseph Mehrabi has observed a noticeable increase in taxi service in Los Angeles. This happens to come at a beneficial time for customers, because it turns out that to build a loyal customer […]

[ 0 ] Sep. 19, 2012

Sikorsky Innovations Launches 2nd Entrepreneurial Challenge

Sikorsky Innovations, the technology development organization of Sikorsky Aircraft Corp., has initiated its 2nd Entrepreneurial Challenge, expanding on its inaugural challenge that was completed in the spring.  The challenge is open to any small company with revenue under $5 million, including newly formed and pre-revenue entities.  Submissions are due no later than 5 p.m. EDT […]

[ 0 ] Sep. 18, 2012

Golden Arch Boom In China

McDonald’s, the world’s largest restaurant chain, will hire 70,000 people in China this year, almost doubling its workforce there, as it accelerates new store openings in the Asian nation. This past spring all 1,400 McDonald’s stores in China set up recruitment tables and invite people to apply for restaurant positions, Lisa Howard, a company spokeswoman, […]

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