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This month’s Cricut Business success story highlights Genovia in South Carolina.
- Shop name/year: Genovia is the Cricut business owner of Vivid Visions which she started in 2020.
- Platform/marketing: She currently sells her products in person and uses word of mouth, email, and business cards to promote her products.
- Items sold: The items she sells include T-shirts, cups, mugs, plates, custom boxes, window decals, and masks.
- Inspiration: Genovia’s inspiration for starting her Cricut business was to bring in some extra funding and it was also a dream of hers to own something that she was passionate about.
- The most challenging thing: “Getting [the products] out and trying to keep it going. I am known locally, but you have to find something different than the rest. Everyone sells one thing, but you have to find what makes your items different.”
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