Sauerkraut Sunday: Business is Booming Edition
Today’s Sauerkraut Sunday is checking in with Or Derv Foods in Akron. The little company (7 people) got a write up on Ohio.comdetailing their success making Sauerkraut Balls. Apparently the company somehow puts out 100,000 per week and sells to places like Sams Club.
On to the purpose of Sauerkraut Sundays… As I go through the week, I use Twitter to send out little updates and links. I realize that I do this quite a bit and that not all of you use Twitter, so with that in mind I’d like to take Sunday to do sort of a week in review. I’ve selected the most useful of my tweets from the last week and placed them in to the categories that I use in this blog.
Pittsburgh AND Startups/Social Media!!!
- I have been staying away from Social Media the last couple days because of idiots and their opinions on
#JoePa, but I’m back now.
- The shoe shine guy in Nordstrom’s is a miracle worker… my favorite kicks are back in action.
- I’m already running about 45 minutes behind schedule, this is not good.
- Carson City Saloon is Proposing a 1600 Square Foot Deck, That’d be Pretty Cool. http://j.mp/w098Dg
Other (Mostly Humorous Observations and Notes)
- Zero, the number of minutes earlier you will arrive at your final destination by being an a dick in the airport.
@jburdeezy: I love New York, as a friend.” That is stated perfectly
- Penn State Alumni Have Raised Over $400,000 for RAINN in the last week through
Blog Posts from this blog:
- Blog Post: Today’s post is about staying motivated when it seems like you still have so far to go. http://bit.ly/sCWRkt
- Blog Post: In spite of where my mind is, my post is only half about JoePa, it’s about deliberate, informed decisions. http://bit.ly/sCZZAs
- Blog Post: A great product vision can definitely be a strategic advantage, but it can also be disheartening. http://bit.ly/vn724c
- Blog Post:
@Timmy_K and others get used to the subdued celebrations of a startup. bit.ly/vK7gem
- Blog Post: How Big are the Big Computers? And how big is $AMZN
- Blog Post: Why I’m glad the Kindle Fire is Getting Bad Reviews:http://j.mp/u7g2nz