A loan of $3,000 helped the development of our local artisan store through providing wages, purchasing supplies and inventory, covering deposits and purchasing a computer for the data entry.

Kynda's story

I grew up as a Marine Brat on Camp Pentleton in California as a child. I have lived in Oregon my adult life and after 15 years in construction, I went back to school. After I obtained my Computer Science degree, I spent 5 years as a private contractor for the State of Oregon. Once my mother retired from the state, we decided we would do what we love to do, so in 2015 we opened our doors as a handcrafters' collective mall. Now, we couldn't be happier.

This loan is special because:

It helps a mother-daughter team support the growth and development of local artisans in Oregon.

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About Junk Trunk Boutique

Industry: Retail
Years in operation: 1 year - 3 years
Website: salemcenter.com


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