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Small Business Success: Ice Imports Stays Hot During COVID

Published August 19, 2022

Retail outlet operator Eric Meyer, still left, with Taylor Diamond, who manages both of those the Ice Import retailers in Waterford and Mystic. An additional is on its way in the U.S. Virgin Islands.

A area entrepreneur whose retail enterprise benefited from the COVID financial contraction is increasing from Coastal Connecticut to the Caribbean.

Eric Meyer’s business, which he launched 20 years ago, is composed of two retail suppliers with very unusual, eclectic inventories, one particular in the Crystal Shopping mall in Waterford, and the other in Olde Mistick Village in Mystic. A third locale is in closing organizing for the U.S. Virgin Islands. This good results stems not only from Meyer’s entrepreneurial drive, but also – odd as it could seem – from the pandemic that has wreaked so a lot havoc on so numerous businesses.

In the months foremost to the COVID-19 outbreak in early 2020, Meyer’s business, despite the fact that prolonged established with a faithful clientele, was owning problems building positive dollars movement sufficient to manage stock. Then exterior occasions intervened and helped him, with a ton of perform and potent family members guidance, get his organization back on track. Right now, it is thriving.

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