They also keep the big jumpers and little jumpers separated to keep all jumpers safe. That’s probably for the best: you don’t want a five-year-old launched at you at ramming speed.
For $75 per year, members get access to the whole inventory for week-long rentals. The shop will open February 28th, but memberships are currently available.
I got into painting and illustration when I was working at a cinema, running the projector. The owner there would paint these Bob Ross style landscapes that I thought were amazing. After that I was a landscape painter for a stint, haha.”
There’s been a lot of talk of how people should be supporting downtown businesses lately, and downtown’s newest addition, Ruby Rose, is quite a community-minded shop, so it offers double the Karma points for Christmas shopping.
“A lot of men don’t see domestic abuse as a men’s issue. They see it as a women’s issue alone when in fact it’s an issue that has to be addressed by all sexes and genders. We have to all work together to get people to see that.”
Loder also takes pride in collaborating and being part of the community of downtown St. John’s business owners. This goes as far as Civic Duty supplying staff uniforms for restaurants like The Merchant Tavern.
The Catalyst Bottom Line study shows that companies with more women board directors outperform those with the fewest by 66% return on invested capital, 53% return on equity, and 42% return on sales.