Earlier today, Son Street owner, Jarvis Gatlin announced the launch of its new "Invest Love" challenge for businesses to really make a difference in the communities they serve. For anyone with even a passing interest in creating a positive impact, this new challenge will be worth paying attention to, as it's set to shake things up.
Currently, with even a passing glance, a person will notice most businesses constantly extract from the communities they "serve" but rarely pour back in to them.The Owner at Son Street, Jarvis Gatlin, makes a point of saying "things are going to change when this initiative becomes more than a challenge, but a movement and a lifestyle for both people and businesses."
Jarvis Gatlin continues... "As people begin to realize the power they have to change their communities for the better, we will begin to pull back the curtains on companies with apathetic attitudes towards real community struggles and begin highlighting those with compassion. We do this because we believe it's time for all the greed, division, hate and negativity to end. It's time for leaders to stand up, pull together and spread love in a way that demands attention and terrifies it's opposition. Ultimately this is going to be a huge benefit to consumers all over because they are tired of being sold first without being understood and/or cared about. As a consumer you are more than just another sale. You are the reason families are taken care of and mothers and fathers are able to put food on the table for their children. Businesses have a responsibility treat you as such and appreciate you enough to pour resources back into the community that keeps the lights on. "
Son Street was established in 2015. It has been doing business for long enough to see how selfish and greedy many business owners can be and it has always aimed to support any and everyone with compassion and a desire to spread love and make a difference..
Son Street recognizes that there are many businesses who write checks to the Red Cross or United Way whenever a major tragedy happens, but understands that giving back, spreading love and pouring into the community is more than writing a few yearly checks to major organizations. This alone is predicted to make the "Invest Love" challenge for businesses meaningful and ongoing. Son Street is determined to use it's resources to support and highlight businesses that share it's passion for change.
Why "Invest Love?" Because, according to Son Street, the ROI increases exponentially over time and can never be lost.
There are so many companies profiting from division, negativity and hate. Can Son Street change this?
To find out more, the place to visit is http://www.sonstreet.com