Two great ways to gain exposure for your business!
Each month we publish a Profile story highlighting businesses with specific traits. We also feature a fun Alter Ego column on people with unexpected hobbies.
Both opportunites require the completion of a brief questionnaire and availability for a photoshoot on an assigned date.
Complete the application below by December 31, 2023 to be considered!
Runs each month
People with a day job or business that differs dramatically from their passion or hobby. Example, financial advisor who is a drummer in a punk rock band.
From Hobby to Hustle
Companies that started as a side gig or hobby and are now full-time businesses.
The Business of Entertainment
Where Grown-Ups Go to Play
Game- or activity-based businesses catering to adults. At least 70% of sales must be derived from adult-only participation.
Female CEOs in Command
Women heading local corporations (non-owners and for-profit companies only)
Businesses that allow customers
to bring their dogs. Excludes animal-focused businesses, like veterinary, grooming, etc.
Day Jobs with Dream Jobs
People who juggle a full-time job and side hustle who hope to one day make their side hustle their primary income source.
All in the Family
Relatives on the Roster
First-generation, family-run businesses.
Businesses that changed their business model to survive. This could include shifting focus to one or a single line of products/services or switching to a completely different offering.
Multi-generation businesses. Companies controlled by a descendant of the founding family member. Must be owned/operated by at least a 2nd-generation family member. Founding member must no longer be involved with the company.
Doing without Digital
Companies still using non-digital technology to run their business (e.g., manual cash register, fax machine, typewriter)
Rising from the Ashes
Businesses that survived a catastrophe
(e.g., significant financial loss, building fire)