Summer officially – what’s next for best businesses that rely on 4 seasonal tourism?

Summer officially – what’s next for best businesses that rely on 4 seasonal tourism?

Summer officially On a sunny day in late August, the scene in Ogunquit Summer officially, a small coastal town about 45 minutes south of Portland, was typical for its busy season. Tourists set about the front of souvenir shops through a pile of T-shirts with "men" on them, embossed on them, and line up at the local ice cream shop Sweet peasWas 10-deep. But the scene was still not specific: everyone was on a mask, and that line in Sweet P? It pulls the block half down according to social disturbances. The coast of Maine is a popular summer destination any year, but New York, Residents of New Jersey and Connecticut come there in greater numbers, especially in this hot season, to take advantage of the fact that - coming from neighboring states with low infection rates - they have to quarantine for 14 days or a There was no need to present a negative covid - 19 tests upon arrival (residents...
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Aroma Jo’s Leader: ‘How I Learned To Be The CEO’

Aroma Jo’s Leader: ‘How I Learned To Be The CEO’

Lauren Goodridge served in the Navy, learned about the business as a Subway franchise and is now CEO of the growing franchise Aroma Joe. Here's why it was the right way. Issue Businessman. Subscribe » Lauren Goodridge is no stranger to hard work. After enlisting in the Navy in 1984, he was recruited for the nuclear power program and underwent two years of intensive training (which had a very high attendance rate). He spent the next six years on fast-attack and ballistic-missile submarines. He loved work, but when his military career came to an end, Entrepreneur's issues inspired him to start a new adventure. Franchising. (Thanks for reading, Lauren!) He became Subway Franchisees and eventually went on to help launch the coffee franchise Fragrance of, Where he now serves as CEO. Fusing his military training with his on-the-ground franchise experience, he has helped develop the New England-based chain from 17 locations to 69 in five states and expects to hit 400 locations nationwide by 2028...
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