Ben’s Story: Doing Things His Way



Ben Huwe owns his own business, selling gift bags and cards out of Elk Drug Store in Dayton, WA. He likes being around people and having his business inside a store where people are coming and going, and there’s a lot of activity.

Ben Huwe Cards & Designs (Dayton, WA)

In the past, he has been commissioned to make a large quantity of bookmarks for students who read in the Dayton School District and for a Dayton car event All Wheels Weekend. He hopes to expand his business soon.

Last year he made the front page of the Union Bulletin when he and his house manger lobbied for him to be able to do his sidewalk chart art in Downtown Dayton.

Ben is happy with his job and says other people should do their own job!



2017

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Updated on Aug/31/2017


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