In Nashville, Tennessee, a couple from Atlanta has turned an idea into a business that aims to get kids outside and away from screens. Firefly Forts, as it’s called, was created out of a desire to reduce screen time for their own kids and get them outside more. The company has not only created memories for families, but also meaningful connections with their customers. One of their customers turned out to be Mike’s Neurosurgeon, showing the impact and reach of their business.
As the school voucher debate takes center stage, one mom from Arizona, Carrie Sharp, sought to understand the issue and its potential impact. With two boys in elementary school, she wanted to be well-informed about the issue. Arizona, where a school voucher program has been in place for 13 years, was researched for insight into the potential outcomes of such a program. This reporting has given Carrie a lot to think about as a mom and a taxpayer, and she believes it will do the same for others.
The Scagliones are committed to creating a legacy of helping families create fun and memorable moments, despite the challenges they may face. Keith Maddin, the owner of Firefly Forts Nashville, is excited about the expansion and sees it as exactly what he wants to be doing next. Despite their success