Don’s Success – Vinyl Frosting For Windows and Siding
It is my pleasure to speak to our readers today about Dons success he has had in starting his own business. He was and has continued to be an excellent student, and has worked very hard to get to where he is today. Don will continue to be an hard worker and will continue to grow and be successful. He has recently partnered with a window and siding contractor who does business in Milwaukee and Chicago. Don is working with Window Concepts to create custom vinyl frosting on windows for businesses. The vinyl frosting is used in boutiques, restaurants, offices for law or dentistry, or anywhere custom branding on windows is desirable.
Don and I both agree that his artistic nature is allowing businesses to distinguish their storefronts from the competition through custom branding. The services he provides local businesses are:
- Custom look and branding opportunity
- Elegant and contemporary way to design windows and doors while still allowing light to pass through
- A timeless and expensive look without damaging or weakening the glass window surface
- Easy customization and replaceable if you decide to change your image
- Vinyl serves to filter UV sunlight to protect the furniture and interior of the building from fade
A Word From Don
Don would personally like to take a moment to describe how he got to where he is today.
Thank you Matt for helping me through some tough life decisions over the past three or so years. We both know that you’ve inspired me to find something that I am passionate about, and when I finally see that coming together, it really means that we’ve made some great strides. So thank you. I’d also like to take a moment to speak with the other young professionals that Matt is helping coach. If you’re reading this and really struggling to get a handle on your creative nature, or struggling to find passion, take a moment and talk with Matt. He has helped me figure out what I want, and helped create a plan to get there. It wasn’t easy, but it is worth it. Good luck, and if you would like to contact me please do so.