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COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19 Resources

"Jeff and I wanted to share some resources with you all that we've gathered throughout these past couple of weeks...

SBA Loans - https://www.sba.gov/funding-programs/disaster-assistance
Food Stamps - http://www.arizonaselfhelp.org/
Unemployment Information - https://des.az.gov/services/coronavirus
Job Resources - https://www.phoenix.gov/Resources
AZ Commission of the Arts Resources - https://azarts.gov/news/covid-19-info-resources-for-arizonas-artists-and-arts-sector/?fbclid=IwAR0H-_u7W2KFuT8-F00HIBM2yY4VOUtRg5Rq-Y9G-NUmw5I4S6-pAJincrw

(cont.)"

March 31, 2020 — Jeni Himmer
A “Radnaut” wins SCC’s Little Pitch Entrepreneurship Competition

A “Radnaut” wins SCC’s Little Pitch Entrepreneurship Competition

"The Scottsdale Community College (SCC) Business School hosted the Little Pitch, a small business competition for student entrepreneurs. SCC students from diverse majors presented business plans in the contest similar to the NBC network show, Shark Tank. 

Jeni Himmer, a student in the General Business and Marketing program at SCC was this year's Little Pitch winner.  

Himmer is the owner and co-founder of Radnaut Prints... (cont.)"

March 12, 2020 — Jeni Himmer
Full introduction and why we started this company.

Full introduction and why we started this company.

"We are Jeni and Jeff, founders and owners of Radnaut Prints.

We started this company to support local artists, vendors, and event coordinators within the Phoenix metro area. We wanted to provide affordable printing services and completely cut shipping costs by dropping off orders personally.

I, Jeni, run my own art business, BehindTheBits, and understand the need for cheap supplies, credibility, and credit for my work.

We are not your regular consignment store or print shop, we actually want to challenge those models.

Here's why... (cont.)"

July 04, 2019 — Jeni Himmer

Our Favorite Quote

“We have your satellite. If you want it back send 20 billion in Martian money. No funny business or you will never see it again.”

A joke reportedly written on a wall in a hall at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab, California, after losing contact with the Mars Polar Lander in December 1999.

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