Friday, March 29, 2019

Mom and Pop Business Day



Today is National Mom and Pop Business Owners Day and we thought we would share our story of how it all began.

Here's our story…
In 1975, Adrian Sr. and his young family moved to Monroe and opened a new family retail business, the Ben Franklin Crafts and Frame Shop store. Adrian, his wife DeAnna, son Adrian and daughter Tracy worked together and became an important part of their community. After 44 years, the Monroe store continues to offer great customer service and traditional and trending art and crafts.


Adrian C. grew up working in his parents store, learning the craft store business and the importance of community involvement. He bought the Bonney Lake store in 1989 and settled in to build a business with his family. His store has provided arts and crafts in addition to employment to Bonney Lake for 30 years. As a local business owner, Adrian knows the importance of being active in his community, and while his kids are now grown, his involvement continues in schools and charities.
His parents, now retired, continue their involvement in the Monroe store, and Adrian now oversees the management of both stores.



Thank you for shopping local, you are the reason we are in business today.



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Ben Franklin Crafts and Frame Shop
21121 Hwy 410 E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391
253-862-6822


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