The Dialogue with Therica Breazeale
This feature is a question-and-answer session with a new Blount County Chamber member. So here we go with our 94th installment visiting with Therica Breazeale, administrator with CAM Cabin Crafts which serves as a free outlet for crafters to help preserve and promote their Appalachian crafts and traditions.
What is CAM Cabin Crafts? CAM Cabin Crafts is part of a ministry. We are here to serve as a free outlet for crafters, to help preserve and promote their Appalachian crafts and traditions. I work here because I enjoy helping folks and growing up here in the Smoky Mountains I respect traditions. We market, sell and promote these crafts.
How did you get started? I started working here part time in 2005 and it just became more to me.
Who is your mentor? Sheila Bolinger and Jodee Brandhuber have been my guiding support from the beginning.
Describe your customers. Hardworking, independent, working folks in Appalachia
Name three things you wish you knew when you started. More about marketing, advertising and time management.
What do you enjoy about CAM Cabin Crafts? Working with all the folks I meet.