Over the past year — more than a year! — we’ve learned how much we owe to the “essential workers” who ensure we have the goods and services to keep ourselves alive. With light beginning to shine at the end of a long and lonely tunnel, we can begin to feed our souls with another component that has had to take second seat: fun.
Going to the movies, to the ballgame, to a fine restaurant; adventuring in a hot air balloon, a raceway, a challenging escape room or water park; being out on the links or reveling in our arts and culture — these fun activities are provided by businesses. And most businesses have had a year that’s been anything but fun.
What were the business moves that enabled companies whose business is “fun” to endure and succeed? In Business Magazine goes in-depth with several valued businesses in our community.