I had the pleasure of working for MaryJane the summer of 2006. While working at the Girdwood Alaska Backpackers Inn I tried to implement some of the values and business practices that MaryJane taught me. I am very proud to be associated with an amazing entrepreneural person who in 2001 received the Idaho Progressive Businessperson of the Year. A simple example of MaryJane’s brilliant business savvy is a bed and breakfast that does not provide private bathrooms but shared outhouses. Check out this link to view her bed and breakfast.
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