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Marvin Carolina Jr.: Feedback—it’s good for business

Before I begin I want to congratulate you. For what? For having the courage to launch your business and the stamina to stay in business. I was once a small-business owner, and I know how difficult it is. Not only is it difficult competing in an ultra-competitive global market, it’s sometimes difficult hearing criticism about how you run your business.

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Marvin Carolina Jr.: Your business needs a checkup

You wouldn’t drive your car month after month without getting it serviced because you know, for it to continue running at peak efficiency, it has to have its regular checkup. Even if it’s running smoothly, you’d still have it serviced because you know you’d have a big repair bill if you didn’t. Why not do the same for your business?

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VIDEO: Nifty Nut House to expand into new space

Nifty Nut House owner Steve Jahn is expanding his popular downtown business into a larger building next to where his store is today. (Carrie Rengers/The Wichita Eagle)
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