On TMI, we like to feature the success of good people, and not just the dire things we need to be mindful of. Raven Albrecht is one of the good ones. She started Ravenworks as a web-based business, opening her first brick-and-mortar store in early 2008. Most retail businesses that took that step that year are now gone, but Raven found her special mix of holding community events and continually finding ways to interact with her clientele in store and out allowed Ravenworks to not only survive but thrive! We’ll talk with her about that, and preview the upcoming Stonefield Wild West Steampunk event.
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