A Mother & Daughter Business is Born
Judy and Geana Schachet are approaching a big milestone this May, one year in business. Judy and Geana are co-owners of the business A Touch of Country Nails in Cedar City. The pair are originally from Las Vegas, Nevada but they had always wanted to live in Utah. About nine years ago Judy was laid off from a good paying government job and she wasn’t sure what she wanted to do next, so she took a couple of years off to think about it and she moved to Utah. Her daughter Geana was a dog groomer and she was impressed with how she had been able to build such a loyal following of clientele. Judy figured if Geana could do it with dogs, then surely people would be easy too.
Judy decided to go to nail school and become a nail technician and eventually got her instructors license. About a year later Geana decided she had burned out on dog grooming and wanted to try something new, so she followed in her mother’s footsteps and went to nail school. They both went to work together at a nail salon owned by someone else. During this time they learned a lot of lessons about what to do and what not to do in running a business. They developed a loyal list of clients and started to dream. Read More