National Assoc. For The Advancement Of Young Entrepreneurs
Customized Wishing wells/ Cardbox
I chose to share this on the blog today because it means a lot to me.
I designed this replica of the St. Louis Busch Stadium for my sister's wedding. The couple loved the Cardinals and wanted to shared something personal with their family and friends.
I apologize that I don't have any drafts of this project. Only because it was a long process and I didn't have time to takes pictures. But I will be making another one in a couple of weeks…
Today's Best Business Tip comes from our member David Kinsey
Thanks for the great advice!
Connect with David here:http://theyounginc.com/profile/DavidKinsey
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Sarah Prevette – Sprouter.com
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