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Brooklyn Bark

Bowers approached SCORE in 2014, seeking help in applying for a small business loan. She has now worked with SCORE mentor George Joiner, and others, on myriad challenges. Read more

Rachel Bowers
Brooklyn Bark
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Jon Gordon Music Production, Inc.

SCORE helped me to gain knowledge and perspective on the strengths and weaknesses of my business, and schooled me into how to draw on the strengths and rectify the weaknesses. Read more

Jonathan Gordon
Jon Gordon Music Production, Inc.
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Magic Mirror Salon

In Spring 2004 a then 19 year old HS graduate walked into the SCORE office in Carmel, NY. Jessica Olsen had decided to open her own beauty salon and was seeking help. Read more

Jessica Olson
Magic Mirror Salon
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Lola Granola

More to come! Read more

Mary Molina
Lola Granola
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My Buddy Towel

Myers worked with SCORE mentor Ron Glass, who helped her with her business plan. Read more

Angelyn Myers
My Buddy Towel
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Cowboy Cricket Farms

James met with SCORE mentor Rick Sanders, who helped them with their business plan and encouraged them to apply for grants. Read more

Kathleen Rolin
Cowboy Cricket Farms
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Vermont Tortilla Company

April says, “The resources SCORE provides have proved invaluable to folks like us that had an idea but no experience with running a business!” April made use of SCORE’s webinars, b Read more

April and Azur Moulaert
Vermont Tortilla Company
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Poston & Associates

Poston is no stranger to seeking out resources to amplify her success. Read more

Stephine Poston
Poston & Associates
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Sans Skincare

Renan Kennedy
Sans Skincare
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A Detroit School for Digital Technology

Kothe received mentoring from SCORE mentors David Broner, Kevin Kelly and Dan Brophy. This SCORE team helped her submit her application for a building loan. Read more

Jamie Kothe
A Detroit School for Digital Technology
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ABC Scribes

Kwiatek says, “In the emergency department, the most important thing to know is what you don’t know. That’s when you get a consult. Read more

Kim Kwiatek
ABC Scribes

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