Mom and Pop Small Business Owners Day

National Mom and Pop Small Business Owner Day celebrates small business owners every year on March 29th. Our economy couldn’t run without small, locally owned mom and pop businesses. Not only do they provide jobs, they also create economic growth, have positive influences on local communities, and make our communities diverse and vibrant. 

Here at The Princeton Senior Living, we understand these businesses spend countless hours nurturing and growing their enterprise but, all in all, they love what they do, just like we love what we do in healthcare.  To celebrate National Mom and Pop Day, we had our department heads choose a small business of their liking and celebrate the day with them. They celebrated by leaving google reviews, posting about them on social media, and doing what we call a CFU, aka a Creative Follow Up.  We are thankful for each of them and loved celebrating their day with them.

List of Department Heads                                     List of their small business

Michael Mayberry, Executive Director                       M-Power Salon/Spa

Michael Adams, Business Office Director                  Summit Hickory Pit BBQ

Gretchen Gersema, Operations Coordinator             Blue Heron Design

Kurt Peerson, Plant Ops Director                               Chuck’s Boots

Kellie Duran, Resident Services Director                    Christine Holcomb Photography

David Yearout, Senior Living Director                        The Filling Station

Isaac Brooks, Culinary Director                                  Shifting Gears Bar & Grill

Stacey Russell, Memory Care Director                       Main Slice Pizza

Jessie Mangnall, Director of Wellness                        Ideal Temp Heating/AC

If you’re in the neighborhood, take a minute to check these businesses out! Our community wouldn’t be what it is without them, and we are so grateful they’re here!