Success in the bag

Success in the bag

There are 6 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from Aug 22, 2009, titled Success in the bag. In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

Rory Taylor cuts fabric from a template to make a messenger bag. Kellie Manier Dispatch Tina Matthews embroiders a customized bag.

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Andrew

Lewis Center, OH

#1 Aug 22, 2009
It's great seeing our local businesses succeed. Our city needs to do more to encourage talented and creative entrepreneurs to set up shop.
CMH Rick

Columbus, OH

#2 Aug 22, 2009
I wonder if they will let me trade my old bag in for one of theirs? I talked it over with her and she is more than willing to be parted with.

All joking aside, I also wish these people the best.

There are bike messengers right here in Columbus that may of never known about this company. Sure hope this article helps both.
TaxMeNoMore

Columbus, OH

#3 Aug 22, 2009
Andrew wrote:
It's great seeing our local businesses succeed. Our city needs to do more to encourage talented and creative entrepreneurs to set up shop.
Absolutely. How about turning City Center into a small business incubator, instead of another park? That would really put Columbus on the map! It would attract and encourage entrepreneurs, and keep all the tear-down debris out of the landfill.
rob

Muncie, IN

#4 Aug 22, 2009
I just got a Seagull bag. I love it!
Gendala

United States

#5 Aug 26, 2009
I love you guys! I can't wait to have my own personalized Seagull bag!!! Keep up the amazing work! I'll put the word out here in Houston!!!
CMH Rick

Columbus, OH

#6 Aug 26, 2009
TaxMeNoMore wrote:
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Absolutely. How about turning City Center into a small business incubator, instead of another park? That would really put Columbus on the map! It would attract and encourage entrepreneurs, and keep all the tear-down debris out of the landfill.
Well this thought would never make it past the city bosses. Do something to encourage small business would never cross their small minds.

Even the State workers compensation is allowed to charge small employers and extra 30% just so they can give the biggest employers discounts of up to 85%.

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