Small Business Spotlight

In honor of National Military Appreciation
Month, we're partnering with the NRF
Foundation to shine a light on some of the
veteran-owned small businesses that are at
the heart and home of our communities.
fire grounds logo fire grounds logo Fire Grounds Coffee is a firefighter-owned company that was launched in March 2019 after the CEO was deployed in Iraq. Their mission is to donate coffee to first responders while supporting their nonprofit partner, Next Rung. Visit their site
strong family bonds logo strong family bonds logo Strong Family Bonds is a small, women-led company comprised of a family of Army veterans. Their mission is to provide premium BBQ sauce for food lovers who enjoy complex and concentrated flavors as well as sharing great food. Visit their site
Teak Twine logo Teak Twine logo Teak & Twine is a female- and veteran-owned company that employs many military families for part-time and seasonal help. Their gift boxes are created with unique, quality goods from independent artists, designers and craftsmen. Visit their site
Pride Road logo Pride Road logo Pride Road, LLC is a family- and veteran-owned and operated company that specializes in hibiscus-based products. The company grows their own hibiscus using special techniques and transforms it into flavorful jelly, loose-leaf tea and more. Visit their site
Hive and Honeybee logo Hive and Honeybee logo Hive & Honeybee gives their customers access to unique, honeybee-inspired products. They are also supporting and partnering with other small businesses to bring an entirely new set of honeybee products to their virtual shelves. Visit their site
More to discover Check out other veteran-owned small businesses to shop and support.
small business spotlight woman owned businesses
Meet some of the women-owned businesses we highlighted in March.
More to discover Check out our other women-owned small businesses to shop and support
small business spotlight black owned businesses
Meet some of the Black-owned businesses
we highlighted in February.
More to discover Check out other Black-owned small businesses to shop and support.