We are a mom-and-pop shop located in Aliquippa, Pennsylvania. We’ve been making donuts and pastries fresh daily for more than 60 years. We have great employees that have worked for us for almost 40 years that have built strong relationships with our customers in the community. If I post about a new special on Facebook, I can easily reach about 1,900 people and our product flies off the shelves. Not only does our community support our business, but we’ve built relationships to where our customers support us personally as well. We couldn’t ask for a better experience than we’ve had from social media.
Twila McKittrick, co-owner.
Every day, small businesses use the internet to create new products and services, reach new customers, and remain competitive. However, the internet’s importance to the success of everyone from mom-and-pop shops to the next name brand is an underappreciated story. We’d love to hear your own story about how the internet has helped your business flourish.