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Community Rally for Black Lives

Posted by Steven Carse on Jun 9, 2020 2:23:39 PM

The need to be firmly and vocally anti-racist is not a new one; however, the murder of George Floyd demanded we look at how we (as people and as a company) can do better both now and indefinitely

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Expanding the Kingdom

Posted by Steven Carse on May 14, 2020 8:22:58 AM

Some things seem impossible, until they aren't.

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Tags: featured, Biz That Matters, Core Values

We Got UMOHed

Posted by Steven Carse on May 4, 2020 3:52:30 PM

This was officially the best meeting with a lawyer I've ever had (sorry Larry 🤭😂). Even so, it was pretty strange.

It was someone that we'd never met bringing us a $15,000 check.

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King of Crops: Then & Now

Posted by Dani Maskery on Apr 22, 2020 4:26:52 PM

With a name and mission like ours, was anyone surprised when we started a farm and named it King of Crops?

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Tags: Biz That Matters

Princesses in the King of Pops Kingdom

Posted by Callie Murray on Apr 10, 2020 1:43:30 PM

Last summer, my eight-year-old entrepreneur, Wells, set up a booth at our local farmers' market to sell her “hair detangling spray” (salt water with a cute crayon-drawn label). Her market neighbor happened to be a King of Pops pushcart, and this seemed to be the ultimate validation: she must be a real business because she was next-door to King of Pops!! The slinger let her use their chalk to draw some marketing jargon on the sidewalk, and the support she felt left a huge impression on her. She was a real business lady.

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Business as (Un)usual : A Reflection on my Job Role During COVID-19

Posted by Ali Mills on Apr 4, 2020 4:42:36 PM

I started at King of Pops in a part-time sales support role. I’d left another job with no prospects, and my only requirement of a new job was that it had nice people and a cool culture. Given the reputation of KoP around town, it certainly fit the bill (and still does!).

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Tags: culture

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