Shelli Bohrer - A Party Everyday

In this episode, I meet with Shelli from Triple Aught Design, an apparel company in Dogpatch. We’re both members of the Dogpatch Business Association. That’s how we met. We had our chat on a park bench as buses and other amusements pass by. She shares her insights on how to talk to strangers - about dogs, t-shirts or the weather - and how working in retail is the best practice for talking to strangers. Because it’s like throwing a party every day. Shelli's bio: Sales and Operations Coordinator with 15+ years of experience in high-end sports and outdoor apparel, including store/merchandise management, budgets and marketing strategies. Expertise in product development, store construction and openings, inventory and operations. Extensive background in staffing, training, fundraising, relationship building, and event coordination. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. Support this podcast:

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