Friday, September 04, 2020

Kansas City Small Biz Celebrate Prize For Surviving Coronavirus So Far

Well deserved accolades for these locals who are still in biz and enjoy a great deal of free advertising and love from local media.

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'Role models' for KC: Chamber reveals 10 finalists for Small Business of the Year award

Ten Kansas City companies - including a handful of up-and-coming startups and popular food and beverage hotspots - are vying for the Chamber's top honor: the coveted Mr. K award. "Today's the day!" said Joe Reardon, president and CEO of the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce, announcing the top 10 small business of the year finalists Friday morning across social media.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...


This is very cruel. I can't believe this. While I'm happy some businesses survived I can't believe how cold blooded this is. Now's not the time.

Anonymous said...

If the sock puppet gets elected president the virus will magically disappear.

Anonymous said...

How much does woke and color have to do with winning these bs acknowledgments ? The list of things to boycott just keeps growing. Hell if it's KCMO their off my list.

Anonymous said...

HAHAHAHA small business be sure to support the deranged left...Bezos and amazon and his own newspaper the new york post and the dem.'s lackey media will not stop until they crush you.

Amazon, lowes, mcdonlads target, walmart making a killing...think this will ever end...doubt it, too much money to be made.

Too dangerous to eat at your local diner...sit in the drive thru of a multi-national chain.

too dangerous to shop at your local store, have it deliverd from amazon.

Stay safe, stay inside simpleton.

Hey we developed a vaccine for the common cold virus (corona virus) - for which there never has been one before after decades of trying, but really we did this time...take it, we will make billions.

Fucking sucker.



Reality Speaker said...

As much as I dislike Bezo's politics, Amazon offers the best shopping experience on the planet depending on the product. Numerous choices of style and price. Don't have to get in the car and shop 10+ stores to try to find what one's looking for. Immediate order confirmation and delivery date. Usually, easily returned if unsatisfied. Delivered to your door. Hard for certain local businesses to compete with? Yeah, but a much more effective and convenient way to shop. Bezos? Fuck him, but he saw a need and a legitimate way to fulfill it. The American business 101 model.

To a lesser degree, the other retailers mentioned. Successful !! Fill a perceived need.

Walmart now trying to compete with Amazon's on-line sales. Stores are still powerhouse walk ins, but more and more dangerous due to knee grows who don't have tech skills or sufficient credit to order on line. Besides, UPS delivery would just signal thugs to steal delivery before it even hits the porch.

Mickey D's, decent food at affordable prices. What to complain about?

Anonymous said...

As much as I dislike Bezo's politics, Amazon offers the best shopping experience on the planet depending on the product. Numerous choices of style and price. Don't have to get in the car and shop 10+ stores to try to find what one's looking for. Immediate order confirmation and delivery date. Usually, easily returned if unsatisfied. Delivered to your door. Hard for certain local businesses to compete with? Yeah, but a much more effective and convenient way to shop. Bezos? Fuck him, but he saw a need and a legitimate way to fulfill it. The American business 101 model.

To a lesser degree, the other retailers mentioned. Successful !! Fill a perceived need.

Walmart now trying to compete with Amazon's on-line sales. Stores are still powerhouse walk ins, but more and more dangerous due to knee grows who don't have tech skills or sufficient credit to order on line. Besides, UPS delivery would just signal thugs to steal delivery before it even hits the porch.

Mickey D's, decent food at affordable prices. What to complain about?