Proving that community-based business is good business, popdot recently opened its doors. Developed through a social venture partnership between West End Neighborhood House, Cornerstone West Community Development Corporation and Dan & Karen Nestor (owners of Sir Speedy Wilmington), popdot is a high-quality sign production and installation business employing former foster care youth in full-time jobs with benefits that pay livable wages.
The newest business to pop up on Wilmington’s West Side, popdot is a socially responsible private entity that will also reinvest 51% of its profits into the community. Senator Coons and Representative Carney recently toured the shop and met with its staff.
Visit popdotsigns.com to learn more.
Photos courtesy of West End Neighborhood House