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Seven Questions with Teresa Levite, owner and artist.
date of interview, 13 April, 2019
- How long have you been in business / and in this location?
- In business? "A long time." She opened her first shop on Etsy selling hand dyed yarn and other items in 2007.
- Her studio was renamed a couple of months ago to reflect her new line of personalized items.
- How many employees?
- Her. And an occasional errand runner and hardware assistant.
- Although it may be obvious, what is your business?
- Personalized drink tumblers, shirts and aprons, and, as seen on the table below, almost anything else. She also has a line of small batch supplies.
- What do you want people to know about this place?
- Can customize almost anything. She also does business signs and other things like that.
- What is the main advantage you see for being located here?
- Quiet neighborhood for home business, good working environment. Convenient to good shipping facilities for an online business.
- Any plans to expand?
- Always adding items and services. Just purchased a new cutter to handle larger signs and decals.
- Anything else you'd like to be on the website about your business.
- "I enjoy working with local small businesses to help them promote and grow their own business."
- As seen in the above photos, she often has a display of what's available and takes orders for custom projects at the Danville Farmer's Market.
Teresa Levite, Real Not Perfect.
phone number: 217-597-9148
Text Messages Preferred for initial contact.
Hours: by appointment
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