How does one business do this many different things? The answer lies in generations of hard work and a loyal, close-knit family with diverse talents.
Dawn Foti-Correa has been cutting hair on Gardiner’s Main Street since last summer and has quickly become a part of the “family” of small specialty shops and restaurants there.
This year, one of Matt Rogers’ goals is to work only a 40-hour week. But with inquiries for his lightweight portable yurts coming from as far away as Washington, Oregon and Great Britain, the one-man band owner of Clean Air Yurts knows the pace is unlikely to let up.
If you were among the 111.3 million viewers this past February watching the exciting NY Giant victory in Super Bowl XLVI, you saw a glimpse of Gardiner during the presentation of the Lombardi trophy to the winning team.