By Stuart J. Pearlman, TSB Staff
Through the technology of my handy FLIP video camera, I do short interviews with a different small business owners in or around McKinney.
You may have noticed 7-Eleven’s new neighbor at Virginia Parkway and Lake Forest. Suddenly, the parking lot has a lot of cars in it, a lot of the time. It was a journey like no other that led Michelle Courrier to open one of McKinney’s newest businesses, Title Boxing Club. She has been helping others since the age of 11 and now Michelle continues that quest. Go a few rounds at Title Boxing Club.
If you think you have a story to tell send me an email at email@example.com and tell me why you should be the focus of Stuart J’s Lens.
Here are some of the rules:
● Your business does not need to be an advertiser on TownSquareBuzz.com. (Although if you are reading this, you can already appreciate that TSB is the place to go to reach thousands of people like yourself who are interested in the goings-on in McKinney.)
● The objective is to be serious about small business in and around McKinney but in a fun way. If not full of personality, (fun, charming, quirky….), you will not make the cut. (Note: I stole that line from “Chopped”!)
● This personality could stem from what drove you to a particular business, what your strangest/funniest business experience has been or what we “really need to know” that we probably would not have guessed. Boring, staid, “we make widgets and want people to come buy those widgets” stories will not be featured.
● Did I mention you don’t have to pay to play? The cost of entry is simply a story the folks in McKinney would enjoy hearing.
I hope you enjoy this week’s episode. Just click on the little screen under the word “Video” below to get started.