An update on our Local Business Spotlight
In our Local Business Spotlight over the past week we profiled a family-run arts and crafts business, a unique personal trainer and a clothing business run by two sisters in Pretoria.
Here’s who they are and how you can support them.
Supporting businesses in your community
On Monday we introduced you to Caitlin and her mom Brigitte who own FabScraps. This family-run business began as a small venture and turned into one of South Africa's largest craft manufacturing companies. While Caitlin and Brigitte are crafting up a storm, we keep their business items safe at Stor-Age Waterfall. To find out more about their business and products take a look at their website.
- Training with Matt
On Wednesday you met Matt Stone from Training with Matt. Matt aims to inspire and motivate his clients daily by creating workouts that build confidence. He trusts Stor-Age Randburg to keep his business items secure. To find out more about Matt's unique training style, take a look at his website.
- Memories Clothing
On Friday we introduced Eljeney and Megail Gericke from Memories Clothing where they continuously research new and innovative fashion ideas. The ladies from Memories Clothing choose to store their business items at Stor-Age Mooikloof. To see more of what these two ladies are making, take a look at their website.
If you would like to see all our Local Business Spotlight features and get information on how you can support these local businesses, head over to our Instagram profile.
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