Local Entrepreneurs Share Their Stories Of Success, Frustration And Longevity

Jul 21, 2016

Three self-made entrepreneurs talk about their businesses, how they got their start and how they have managed to stay successful.
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What do a berry farmer, beautician and the creator of a purse organizer all have in common? They'’re self-made entrepreneurs who produced thriving businesses all on their own.

Fourth generation farm owner Jeff Probst took over the family farm and grew it to the popular Blooms and Berries Farm Market in Loveland; Beautician Tempal Grace Hitt wanted safe, natural skin products so she started Grace Green Beauty; and Hyde Park Resident Lyn Marsteller wanted to revolutionize the way women transfer the contents of their purse from one purse to another, so she invented Purse Perfector.

The three self-made entrepreneurs join us today to talk about their businesses, how they got their start and how they have managed to stay successful.