Lamorindans Re-Inventing Themselves During Hard Times
Meet Dave Culp, neighbor and "serial entrepreneur," who thinks he and his wife Shelley offer a product other Lamorindans need and who are backing the idea with sweat equity. Dave and Shelley recently opened the doors of a new College Nannies & Tutors franchise office serving Danville and Lamorinda, and they've hired 15 of the "best and brightest" applicants they've gotten so far. Interest in their services has their phones "ringing off the hook."
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#1 Jul 17, 2009
There's a lot of this going on. The lovely girl who waited on our table last night had a Masters from St. Mary's and can only find work in the service industry... not to mention the debt she must be carrying.
The times have changed, and not for the better. We hope everyone comes out of this.
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