Day 4, Think small business this Holiday

img_9923With the recent news of Bears Ears, I feel like I should be talking about our public lands and protecting them, encouraging everyone to funnel some money to the Access Fund to help them fight this battle.; likewise with the new tax bill that was submitted giving yuge tax breaks to big businesses, leaving the rest of us downstream salivating in hopes they will pass a dime our way. Instead I decided to share how this Holiday and this next year’s resolution is to support more small businesses.Β  You can support small businesses, too. Together we can help the little guys. πŸ™‚

Here’s a shout out to my coaching business, followed by a few small businesses I know are looking for new customers. Hopefully, this will get around and a small business network can be formed to help provide a resource for us all to refer.

I have a coaching business. It’s just me and I create custom tailored programs and give individual and group instruction in the forms of private coaching, remote programs and feedback,Β  to climbing camps where you commit a bracket of time with me and we work together over the course of that time at a mutual destination, and more. Right now, I’m actively looking for new clients.

The Holidays can be a challenging time to stay fit, active, or to plan out your training program for the next season,. All of the Holiday parties, food, and commitments can make it tough on your time and your waistline. Turn this Season into a gift for you or a


Working hard during this week long training camp

loved one or friend to work with me to help you make the most of your limited time and prepare you for your next outdoor season.

I work with all ages and abilities. Check out the coaching section of my website to learn more about what I offer. Read the testimonials to see what people have to say about working with me, and check out my profile to learn more about my qualifications. Contact me directly to schedule something.

Now that you have considered supporting my business, be sure to google other small businesses before buying mass produced items. Here are a few small businesses I recommend that are owned by fellow climbers:

Kate Rutherford’s art and jewelry

kate jewelry

Kate Rutherford jewelry:Β

Dry Pointe – Keeping shoes dry and feet healthy


Shoe inserts

Angela Payne – photo prints and greeting cards

And two small business that support me:

Metolius Climbing

Elete Electrolytes

and more…. add a new business to the comments and share this post to keep the list growing.

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About Audrey Sniezek

Audrey Sniezek is a rock climbing athlete and computer software/technology enthusiast.
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1 Response to Day 4, Think small business this Holiday

  1. Doug says:

    If anyone can guide a person to better fitness and health? It’s THIS lady!
    i don’t say that glibly. She’s dedicated and straight forward. Hard working and driven to deliver on any promise she makes.
    She’s cool like that!

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