Some of you know this, some of you don’t. But I live in a Kingsville, Ontario just south of Detroit.
Kingsville is small town whose claim to fame is being the most ‘Southern Town’ in all of Canada. It shares the same equator line as California, and residents enjoy warmer-than-most-Canadian-town summers (though I’ll be the first to point out that we don’t escape the Canadian winter snow).
In a town of 21,000 thousand people, one of my clients – a local restaurant, generates revenues that would be considered very successful in Canada’s largest cities like Toronto and Vancouver.
How do they do it? What’s their secret?
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