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Kym Maynard

Vendor Liaison

Central Vermont Community Action Council , Inc.

HQ Phone:  (802) 479-1053

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Central Vermont Community Action Council , Inc.

20 Gable Place

Barre, Vermont,05641

United States

Company Description

We are committed to measuring the impact of our work. As leaders in the fields of early childhood education, microenterprise and asset development, weatherization, workforce development and more, we help to build the understanding of strong practices through...more

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LACE co

Vendor Liaison


Gallery at L.A.C.E.

Vendor Liaison


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Central Vermont Community Action Council

www.cvcac.org [cached]

CVCAC's Kym Maynard was honored on June 17th as the Vermont and New England 2010 Home-Based Business Champion by the U.S. Small Business Administration at a ceremony presented by Vermont Business Magazine in Shelburne, Vermont.
Maynard was selected based on business development assistance she provides to home-based art and craft entrepreneurs on site at the Local Agricultural Community Exchange (LACE) in downtown, Barre, VT. As a CVCAC Micro Business Development specialist, she provides technical assistance relevant to the particular needs of this sector including managing inventory, pricing, display and marketing. Because she has been a home-based artisan and business owner (jeweler), she is a tireless advocate for these businesses. She sees the value that they bring to the lives of the owners; she knows that the jobs and income they create for their families and communities have real impact.


www.vermontbiz.com

Kym Maynard, Vendor Liaison for LACE Arts Gallery
Central Vermont Community Action Council, Barre


www.burlingtonfreepress.com

• Vermont and New England Regional Home-Based Business Champion: Kym Maynard, vendor liaison for LACE Arts Gallery, Central Vermont Community Action Council, Barre.


Kym Maynard named Vermont and New England Regional SBA Home Based Business Champion for 2010 - Micro Business Development Program

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Kym Maynard named Vermont and New England Regional SBA Home Based Business Champion for 2010
Kym Maynard named Vermont and New England Regional SBA Home Based Business Champion for 2010 Central Vermont Community Action Council congratulates Kym Maynard on being chosen to receive the Vermont and New England Regional Home Based Business Champion for 2010 awarded by the Small Business Administration. Kym Maynard, Vendor Liaison for the Gallery at L.A.C.E. (Local Agricultural Community Exchange,) is a whirlwind. When Maynard arrived at L.A.C.E., the gallery had not yet been built. "When we first arrived, it was one huge warehouse. There were no walls, no lights - it all had to be created within the old space that used to house a department store. Maynard worked with the contractor to design the space."We had to figure out where everything was going to go, how it was going to work, and how traffic was going to flow through the space. It was challenging, but it came together!"The work paid off - the space is as beautiful as it is bountiful. "As part-owner of L.A.C.E.," says Crystal Zevon, "I was present the first day Kym walked through our doors....She quickly took stock of the disheveled space left over by the old department store that had once occupied the building. In a matter of weeks, Kym had a viable design that both considered budgetary concerns and the aesthetics necessary to fit and display a wide variety of artists' works in the new L.A.C.E. Gallery. She has been a true role model, showing by way of example how to create your own business, manage a complicated retail operation, and provide customer service."The Gallery at LACE was made possible by a collaborative effort between LACE and CVCAC (Central Vermont Community Action Council.) Hal Cohen, Executive Director of CVCAC, says, "CVCAC has been fortunate to employ Kym two separate times as a micro business development counselor. In only two years, Kym has successfully build this new artisan gallery from the ground up - working hand-in-hand with arts and craft vendors to develop affordable access to the marketplace. It is easy to spend an hour looking over the variety of the merchandise, and Maynard knows a little something about each of the 100+ vendors whose works are on display. "We have something for every taste, and something for every budget," Maynard says, noting that there are many small items for sale for only a few dollars and fine sculpture and furniture items on display for several hundred dollars. For artisans and the public alike, Maynard's work is paying off. "This is a wonderful way for people to get started in realizing their potential, to make their dreams into something tangible and supportable. We have so much to offer as a resource for people, and it's exciting to be a part of the growing downtown revitalization in Barre. The mission of the Micro Business Development Program is to strengthen the economic self-sufficiency of low to moderate income Vermonters and the economic vitality of our communities. or more information about the Micro Business Development Program, please call Cecile at 802-476-8493. As Vermont's SBA Financial Services Champion, Kym Maynard will be honored along with the Small Business of the Year and other Champions by the SBA at a special ceremony presented by Vermont Business Magazineon June 17, 2008, 4:00 - 7:00 p.m.The public is invited. he cost is $35 a person. or more information call 802-865-5202.


www.lacevt.org

LACE welcomes Kym Maynard on board who will be managing the LACE Gallery and Community Kitchen.FROGGY BOTTOM CUSTOM GUITAR TO BENEFIT LACE Posted January 25th, 2008 by czevonIt's for real!


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