We recently had our annual Sweet Spot Skirts work retreat at Stephanie's beach house. With daily life getting so busy at times, it is nice to connect together as a team over goal setting, budgeting, and brainstorming about how we can continue to serve our amazing customers. During the marketing session, Samara asked everyone to write down what Sweet Spot Skirts means to them in a series of words. Here is what we came up with:
We each feel so fortunate to be working for a company that supports local women, and encourages us to stretch and develop our skills while truly feeling that our work matters. We are very grateful for the support we've received and continue to receive with all of you: our valued customers. Thank you for helping spread the word, sharing inspirational stories and for every kind comment or suggestion. Trust us, this means the world to us! We wish you all a safe and happy holiday with family and friends. The Sweet Spot Skirts store will be closed on Thanksgiving, so that we can appreciate our families. We will be open as usual on Friday from 10am-6pm.
The Sweet Spot Skirt Team
Dianna, Mary, Nicole, Samara and Stephanie
Monday, November 25, 2013
Thursday, November 7, 2013
Ranae, on right, is Stephanie's cousin and the recipient of our most recent Sweet Shenna Quilt (#6). She lives in Montana with her husband Doug, an ER Doctor, and their two sons. Ranae is going through chemo right now and is about to lose her hair. Cousin Jean organizes the quilt making with all of our skirt scraps and made this beautiful quilt to offer Ranae some comfort as she goes through this battle. The entire Sweet Spot Skirt team is sending positive thoughts through this trying time!
On the left of this picture is Cousin Dana, the talented artist who painted our building in Vancouver, WA and came up with our Sweet Spot Skirt girl, Sarahn Dippity (pictured below). Stephanie feels fortunate to be a part of such a wonderful and caring family.
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