Meet the Merchant – Ecopet / Moon Smiley
Ecopet / Moon Smiley - 1229 E. Brady St.
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2. How long have you been in business and do you live in the area?
I have been in business for 2 1/2 yrs. Unfortunately I no longer live in the area.
3. Why did you choose to open your business on Brady Street?
I have supported Brady Street’s independent small businesses for over 20 yrs. and have always loved the good energy in the neighborhood. I wanted to be a local pet shop for a great community and I knew that I could operate Eco Pet the way I desired – with peace, honesty, love and compassion.
4. What would you like to share with your Brady Street admirers?
At home I have nearly 20 pets (this is counting 8 fish) and I love them all dearly. My pets don’t seem to complain when they have to sample new products. I have worked in the pet business since 1992. True happiness to me would be to never spend one day of my life without a dog in it. Also, my full name is Moonmuffin Michalema Smiley and I am a proud worm farmer.
5. Moon is pleased to offer this special for the month of October if you mention “Meet the Merchant:” 20% off treats
Originally published in Brady Street Business Improvement District newsletter.
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