Trading company helps cat lover stay connected to customers in pandemic

Elaine Houston & WNYT Staff
Created: January 07, 2021 06:25 PM

It has been a lesson in pivoting and perseverance for one woman in the wake of the pandemic. However, it has all paid off, and she's been able to still live her dream.

Tonya Hall's fondness for felines led her to begin selling cat toys at craft fairs along with quilts. However, when the pandemic hit, Hall decided to pivot and sold online.

However, she needed to connect with people physically, but how do you connect in a pandemic?

She discovered a way through the Schenectady Trading Company, which was looking for vendors. She jumped at the chance and that risk paid off-for her company, The Spicy Purrito.

She encourages women to take the risk to live their dream, because that's what she's doing.

Learn about one of Hall's biggest concerns that quickly went away by watching the video of Elaine Houston's story.

MORE INFORMATION: The Spicy Purrito webstore | The Spicy Purrito Facebook page


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