Kristin and Yishai Horowitz
We run this
People run our
We ran to the aisle (and away)
SLO Op started here
Then we tore it down and built this .
Then we tore it down and built th
In 2009, we opened our doors
with just this amount of walls.
Here we are today.
This is why SLO Op keeps going.
• Community support
• Slow growth
• Hard work
• Constantly improving
• Building relationships
We are world famous for thi
And this is well liked!
This wasn’t as well liked, but we’re bringing it back with new blo
This may be our most popular event, but we almost went bankru
We spent years building these trails but only lost money and can’t bring it
This was our first east coast event.
• Risk taking
• Making mistakes
• Talking to people
• Always learning
• Forging relationships
• Not quitting
This is why we kept going.
Entrepreneurship in SLO:
• Have a passion and a greater
• Keep learning what you need to
learn and what other people need
• Don’t quit if you’re passion’s there
• Never, ever take for granted the
support you have
• Forget networking: forge real
relationships and keep them tight