EDD's incubator program helps small business get a good start

Posted: Wednesday, November 03, 2004

I would like to express my thanks to the Economic Development District for the "incubator program" which I have been privileged to be part of for the last few months. The incubator program, through the EDD, helps small businesses such as mine to get off to a good start by providing office assistance and guidance. The loving support from the staff, as well as their business council, has been invaluable in making my dream of the dance fitness academy come true.

My special thanks to the director John Parker, program manager Dee Gaddis, Export Alaska director Pam Olson, and Casey Reynolds for their support in making Cannettic Energy Fitness Haven and Dance Academy a reality.

For the last three months, the studio has been in operation in the E.D.D. building, and a variety of classes have been offered to our community. Now, in collaboration with the Community Schools, the very much requested Latin dance is being offered at Cannettic Energy Studio in the EDD building three miles north of Kenai.

During this Thanksgiving season, I want to express my appreciation to my students and the EDD staff and the Incubator Program for their support.

Cannetta Brook Salmon , Owner, Cannettic Engery's Fitness Haven and Dance Academy, Kenai

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