Wishbone Tiny Homes enjoys establishing and maintaining healthy and prosperous relationships with local businesses. Even more so, we savor the interactions with the individuals who make up those local businesses. This is the first post in an ongoing series that will highlight some of the people who we consider vital to our mission of building tiny homes for the next generation home buyer. You will probably see some familiar faces, so we hope you enjoy and add comments as you see fit.
The lovely Lindsey Menendez, at HomeTrust Bank. She helped us open our business account and was very supportive of our concept. She mentioned her mom’s obsession with tiny homes and the fact that she loves to can (my wife’s favorite activity). We look forward to working with her more and recommend her if you are looking to open an account with a local bank.
Steve Bellich. Landlord, contractor, electrician, metal worker, wood worker, tool collector, and owner of Electrical Systems of Asheville. Here we are helping him work on an old bucket truck he just got a good deal on. He knows deals. Steve has been available for valuable advice, scaffolding, a brake for bending metal, screws, wood, and various other oddities that you can’t believe he owns. We thank him for all of this.
Jennifer Woodruff, Build It Naturally. Anyone who has met Jennifer knows that her smile in this picture pretty much sums her up. Her heart is in the right place. She has pointed us in the right direction more than a few times. We thank the Woodruffs and the staff at Build It Naturally for their commitment to the green building community. We look forward to working with them in the future.
That’s it for this week. Stay tuned for more episodes of “Friends of Wishbone”. Thanks for reading!