The Wyoming Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network is proud to announce that Amanda Martin, owner of Jackson Hole Mobile Massage has been awarded the U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Spirit of Wyoming Award.
The Spirit of Wyoming Award is presented annually to a small business that embodies Wyoming’s spirit of toughness, perseverance, and community involvement. Martin’s resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic, the longevity of her business, and her community involvement made her the obvious choice for this prestigious award.
Martin has been operating her business since 2002 and has been a client of the Wyoming SBDC Network since the inception of her business. Among many notable offerings from the Wyoming SBDC Network, Martin has utilized assistance from her Wyoming SBDC Network advising team to hire her first employees, attended several virtual trainings, and used our Market Research Center (MRC) to analyze her target market. In addition to using a variety of Wyoming SBDC Network services to grow her business, Martin has had the help of several advisors including but not limited to, Susan Jerke, Devan Costa-Cargill, and P.J. Burns.
Her current regional advisor, Devan Costa-Cargill, nominated Jackson Hole Mobile Massage for the Award and said, “Amanda’s commitment to growing her business through consistent advising sessions and online trainings is truly admirable. She is facing the hurdles of accelerated growth and post-pandemic resilience. This amazing team is the embodiment of the Spirit of Wyoming award: strong, curious, and eager to learn. We, at the Wyoming SBDC Network, are all rooting for Jackson Hole Mobile Massage, Amanda, and her team.”
For more about Amanda Martin and Jackson Hole Mobile Massage, listen to Episode 6 of The Wyoming SBDC Network Podcast on Spotify or Google Podcasts.