Call this a Valentine’s story if you want, but four of the businesses now open in the Mary Avenue Markets on Sixth Street have a special connection: they are husband-and-wife teams who run their businesses.
There may be the occasional ding and dent that comes along with running a car dealership, but Amy Hunter Roberts says her Toyota dealership most days is running like a well-oiled machine.
A-1 Fire and Security Equipment Company continues to grow under the leadership of co-owner Cathy Restivo, but she’s proud that the family-owned business always puts family first.
Kimberly Green, the owner of The Skin and Body Refinery, says she has a passion for this line of work. This line of work meaning anything from a relaxing massage to a medical-grade treatment on the face or body
Keisha Bridges-Miller discovered that helping people work through the uneasiness of doing taxes was something she loved to do.
From working in the medical field to opening a cleaning service in Waco specializing in commercial and residential floor cleaning, Boss Cleaning Services owner Latricia Griffin says the latter started out as a side business that has turned into her life.
When yoga enthusiast and endurance athlete Kimberly Damm opened Yoga8 in April 2015, she wasn’t sure exactly what it would become.