Summer days are flying by in North Idaho. Pick up a copy of the August edition of Coeur d'Alene Living Local Magazine featuring Panhandle Red's Coeur d'Alene Blue Tahoe Tote.
Owning a small business is a journey. Pulling together a Stancraft wooden boat, a few models, a custom handcrafted tote, and the right lighting in North Idaho is like crossing a log on a raging river.
The night before, I had just hosted a Cowgirl Party, to only wake up the next morning early to stitch a leather duffle bag, then over to a customers house to grab the Blue Tote that just sold two weeks before, to potty her dog, to receive two text messages from models canceling on me at the last second, to grab a brand new model, and jump in the boat with the owners of Stancraft, a rookie photographer who just graduated Law School from Gonzaga. It is a ride you learn to embrace and persevere. This is what it takes, it is constant and never ending. You have to be out going and be able to over come all the things that won't work to grabbing fast what does. Boom! Here is the product of that resilience. Anybody in business understands the daily obstacles you have to overcome to present a product or service. Just keep going and delivering. New products this month in the Silo, you find new turquoise necklaces, bracelets, earrings, belts, purses, and clutches.
You can visit the Panhandle Red Silo Shop anytime, we keep it open. Located in Post Falls. 13506 W Bodine or Call for a Private Appointment 208-755-7503
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