Calling it Quits on A Line

After years of buying products for a line and having moderate success, I felt that it had simply run its course.  This was such an agonizing decision, I had invested so much energy in trying to keep it relevant but the company was going in a different direction and I have to admit it wasn't in the way of the small brick and mortar location.  I had such a good relationship with the representative  and I considered her a friend.  Writing the final email almost broke my heart and I am sure she felt just as bad.  But once the wait was lifted, it was freeing and I was open to put in its place product which further told my story and made the store even more cohesive.  Pulling the rip cord isn't easy but sometimes its necessary.  Goodbye Old Friend.

Chanda Drew