One of the joys of moving to Southport, North Carolina, is the opportunity given me by the South Brunswick Magazine to write about local businesses, interesting people and organizations.
My sister and I moved to Southport a little over two years ago and I still find local businesses that I have yet to visit. Lucky for me, my next assignment for the magazine was to interview several women entrepreneurs who have a business on Howe Street in Southport. Howe Street is the main thoroughfare into town that is lined with many businesses, many of them women-owned. The businesses I selected are varied in the products and services they offer which may give you a glimpse into this small, seaside town I’m proud to call “home.
Above are seven of the eight business owners interviewed for the story titled “Howe Street Sisterhood.” NOTE: Not pictured in the photo is Susie Farley, owner of Cat on a Whisk.
Over the course of a couple of weeks, it became clear to me they all had a common thread … a passion for their work. They love what they do and are very appreciative of the local support.
Click on the link below to read their stories and see more photographs of these eight amazing women entrepreneurs of Howe Street in Southport, North Carolina. Read along and see what makes them tick and stay motivated for the work they love to do.”
Click here: 2017-18 Winter SBM-Howe Street Sisterhood
We all need to find our passion and then work at it. ~ Barbara