When a person has a talent, the community can be a better place. When a person has many talents and a kind heart, the community is a much, much better place. Erica Bean is one such multi-talented person who brightens the community and the people around her. Yes, she is a mompreneur who juggles the challenges and joys of being a mother with that of being a small business owner.
Over the years, Erica has donated her time, skills, and spirit to a number of organizations including the National Association of the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), Jacksonville Mompreneurs, and other worthy organizations. Erica has served as a mentor to young teachers, budding business owners, and many other people. Erica loves to share her ideas and her creative skills with others. With that kind of positive spirit and eagerness to help people, Erica started her own company which she has built with her skills, good heart, and hard work.
Erica is the owner, operator, manager, salesperson, and production supervisor of Print My Picture Online. Yes, as you can see, she is a small business owner with many responsibilities. Her business focuses of the needs of small businesses and organizations in the areas of banners, signs, business and trade show items, flyers, newsletters, and other printing needs. Erica is an awesome resource for businesses, everyday people with a special event, and everybody in between. Jobs - big or small - are all handled by Erica with a smile and a touch of magic that make the end product well worth it.
Erica also works as a photographer where she focuses on school and senior portraits and candids. Some of her fine work was recently featured in St. Johns Magazine. Erica has a great ability to catch the moment, the people, and the scenery. The photographs in the balloon issue was full of color, hope, and spirit.
The Good Deed Brigade salutes Erica Bean for her dedication to people and for her sincere desire to make a difference. Follow the example set by the actions of Erica Bean and go out in your community to do your share of good deeds. Remember, wherever you see the Good Deed Brigade, it's all good.
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