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  • Women-focused small business dresses up for awards gala

    Weave Gotcha Covered, a Kansas City-based custom curtain company, hires marginalized women wanting to get out of poverty. It was named one of the city's top small businesses this year in the 25 Under 25 Awards gala. To celebrate, the company's owner, Kelly Wilson, and her employees donned fancy gowns and shoes to attend the ceremony in style.

Weave Gotcha Covered, a Kansas City-based custom curtain company, hires marginalized women wanting to get out of poverty. It was named one of the city's top small businesses this year in the 25 Under 25 Awards gala. To celebrate, the company's owner, Kelly Wilson, and her employees donned fancy gowns and shoes to attend the ceremony in style. Allison Long along@kcstar.com
Weave Gotcha Covered, a Kansas City-based custom curtain company, hires marginalized women wanting to get out of poverty. It was named one of the city's top small businesses this year in the 25 Under 25 Awards gala. To celebrate, the company's owner, Kelly Wilson, and her employees donned fancy gowns and shoes to attend the ceremony in style. Allison Long along@kcstar.com

Lifted from poverty, the women of Weave Gotcha Covered dress up for a grand KC gala

March 01, 2016 11:57 AM