Well, it's that time of year again where we express our thankfulness at the bounty in our lives by indulging in all kinds of wonderful food. At least, those of us who are fortunate enough to be able to.
Jennifer and I would like to express our thanks to our customers, friends and family that have been so supportive in the growth of our business. We have cleared the one year landmark, and learned a lot from it. There were times we weren't sure we would make it a year. Bounty wasn't in our vocabulary at that time. And while we still wouldn't describe our present position as "bountiful", we certainly can see positive growth and great support from our customers.
As many of you know, I started work with Goshen Coach in Elkhart in August. This move was made because we needed more cash flow going into the winter. We continued to service our customers as well as we could with a more limited schedule. My supervisor, Kirk Nava, was extremely accommodating and very understanding. Thanks to his time and efforts, I have learned many skills that I did not have before. All of which can help us to strengthen our business.
I am leaving Goshen Coach and pursuing another opportunity that directly affects our business and it's growth. Even in this, our friends at Goshen Coach have been very supportive and helpful. For this, we are extremely thankful. We received the income we needed, but more than that, we've been able to learn and grow and be supported by a great group of people.
Erik and Jennifer are the owner/operators of Mobile Service Pros. We enjoy working with our customers and community.