Resilient LA Small Business Owners Stunned By $20,000 Donation


It's the Los Angeles: Stronger hour, and the spotlight is on two Los Angeles Times-recommended businesses that are overcoming all odds to keep their doors open during the pandemic. Kelly meets with Alisa Reynolds, the owner of My 2 Cents LA, which comes highly recommended by rapper Common. After struggling to make ends meet, Alisa made a wise pivot to selling tacos to keep her business afloat. Kelly also hears from Design Hive founders Lauren Arshad and Jen Cefaly, who opened their workshop two weeks before the pandemic and used platforms like Etsy to discover new customers. None of these business owners expected to get a generous donation of $20,000 from Intuit Quickbooks, and their reactions are priceless.

Appearing:Kelly Clarkson
Tags: Kelly Clarkson, entertainment, music, daytime
S2 E010 minTV-PGHighlightTalk and InterviewDaytime
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