“We hired an intake person and started on Thursday, March 12th. And then the world kind of stopped and skipped for a beat. So we upped our marketing. We got her doing more follow up than we have been doing before. Um, got her doing a ton of gas calls, checking in on people, seeing how they were handling this, how they were handling now having their kids own for extended periods of time. Um, revenue wise, March through July of last year, we were at, $410,000. This year, same period of time, $554,000. Like a 35% increase.
And now I say I have a business because I took a vacation in July in the middle of the pandemic, emergency access only. Only eight days. Wasn’t comfortable trying to full month or anything crazy like that out of the bat, but nothing broke. Nothing like had to be fixed while I was gone, nobody had to contact me. And it wasn’t that they were scared to. Really, they didn’t need me. That’s a business. That’s not a law firm. That’s not a practice.”
– Jenny Bradley, Member since 2016