How I Got Started

  • ‘How I Got Started’ — Tammy Wilkinson

    Q.: What motivated you to first explore the world of theatre?   A.: If you ask my mom, she’ll say it started when I was a little girl singing “Here Comes Peter Cottontail” to folks on the bus as we went downtown. I defi... Read More

  • 'How I Got Started': Lori Vashaw

    Lori Vashaw established her business in 2002 as a comprehensive wellness facility that provides complementary health care services.     Q.: How did you develop the concept of the Riverview Wellness Center? A.: I was wor... Read More

  • Vincent G. Lobdell

    Q.: What kind of capital did you need to start HealthWay in 2004? How did you finance the operation initially?A.: I formed the MCS Group Inc. in 1998 to design and manufacture portable air cleaning products under private label for various direct sale... Read More

  • Dave Canale

    Q.: How did you first get into the insurance industry? A.: After spending 11 years working for another agency, my brother Tracy and I opened our own office on May 1, 2003. We were located in the back of the old firehouse building on East Sixth and... Read More

  • Dave Canale

    Q.: How did you first get into the insurance industry? A.: After spending 11 years working for another agency, my brother Tracy and I opened our own office on May 1, 2003. We were located in the back of the old firehouse building on East Sixth and Br... Read More

  • Anne Backer

    Q.: How did you develop the concept of Taste the World and running a specialty food store and coffee shop in Oswego?A.: In June of 2010, Amy Lear, present owner of Man in the Moon Candies in Oswego, and I traveled to the Fancy Food Store in New York ... Read More

Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 156

Issue 156
June/July 2018

Cover Story

Profiles

Carol Sweeney

On The Job

How Does Summer Affect Your Business?

Success Stories

Oliver B. Paine Greenhouses

My Turn

Honorary Doctorate Degrees — Should They Be Eliminated?

Economic Trends

Fifteen semi-finalists competing for a $50,000 prize

Last Page

Paul Stewart