Here at Nameless Catering, we understand that nobody can build a business venture alone. And it’s precisely because we appreciate all those who helped us along the way that we try to lend a helping hand whenever we can.
When we learned our friend Brad was establishing Brad’s Books in Lebanon, we couldn’t help but bring some snacks and treats for his grand opening. And as you can tell from these photos, the event was a success.
At Brad’s Books, love for reading goes hand in hand with the love of the community. So for every book the store sells, one book is donated to the local community.
Considering that 2 billion books are published in the United States yearly, it’s encouraging to know that there’s a local company trying to keep books from being wasted or thrown away.
Like other small companies or enterprises in Indiana, Brad is putting his entrepreneurial spirit to work for a good cause. At Nameless Catering, we celebrate that kind of dedication by also donating our time and services to those who support good causes. After all, there’s nothing more fulfilling than feeding good people. Furthermore, it is by supporting small businesses that we create a better and stronger Indiana.
While businesses of all sizes are important, small businesses need the support of the communities they serve to flourish. By the same token, when a small business opens its doors, locals gain. Not just because businesses create jobs but because new business brings about new hope. And when our neighbors prosper, we all prosper.
We hope to continue offering the good people of Indiana the same support we’ve given several organizations and new businesses like Brad’s Books for many years to come. Hopefully, this will continue to serve as an encouragement to others who are itching to start their own business but are not yet sure how their community would be supportive of them.