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Kelly Coty of Lookie Lous - Alternatives To Glasses-Access

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We will talking to Kelly Coty of Lookie Lous and she will be talking about both marketing, financing and her product on the Thursday program.  Kelly is the owners of Lookie Lous which produces a alternative to reading glasses.  

This is one of our Access calls.  Access, as you know is our way to describing the calls that discuss alternative Access to Capital.  In this particular case, I will be talkiing to Kelly about her choice and experience with IndieGoGo, a crowdfunding resource for entrepreneurs.  

We will also be talking to her about her product which is an intriguing look into what I believe will be a problem going into the future.  Most if not all of us stare at a computer screen all day. Will this help or hurt our overall eye health.  Ladies and gentlemen, I don't think it is going to help us one bit.  So as we move forward, we'll need to look at things like these, especially if we need to function in the information age.

Obviously, we're meeting with an entrepreneur that's not necessarily from Central Pa.  That means that this particular guest must meet the criteria of being able to show us something that we don't see alot of here in Central PA or we haven't discussed alot.  

So, if you're one of our guests from Central PA, I hope that you'l find this conversation useful.  If you're looking at crowdsourcing or crowdfunding, you'll almost certainly want to be with at at 10 AM EST.  This subject isn't peculiar to our region of the state, but we will need options like this in order to build and grow businesses here in the midstate that mean give us the ability to create jobs  and establish communities.

It is a mission of our show to support and establish small businesses here in the midstate.  As a matter of fact, you'll want to pay attention to our posts called My Year of Buying Locally.

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